After the tournament was postponed for a year last summer, it came at a bad time for the Manchester United ace.
The 19-year-old had just played a breakthrough campaign at Old Trafford and astonished with his goalscoring prowess.
He finished the season with 19 goals and looked a certainty to make it into the England squad ahead of the European Championships.
However, this time round, Greenwood has insisted his sights are only set on the Europa League final where United face Villarreal in the final.
Asked if he would want to go to Euro 2020, he said: “It would be nice to go to the Euros but I just want to be fully focused on United for these two games and the Europa League final.
“What happens, happens. I have not really been thinking about it too much.
“I have just been going out there thinking about my performances for United, how to score and help the team score. I have just been focusing on my football.”
Earlier in the season, Greenwood faced criticism after a barren run in front of goal and Covid breaches that saw him booted out of the England squad.
But the wonderkid has put that behind him now and has insisted his hold-up play has improved markedly.
He said: “You know how it is, it was obviously going to come. It was a mental challenge but you have to block it all out really.
“If you play for United, one of the biggest clubs in the world, you have to overcome that.
“I have pushed that to one side just to concentrate on my football. I have overcome it now. I am happy to be back playing my best football.
“My hold-up play has improved. I don’t think I give the ball away as much as I used to do when I was younger and just coming into the team.
“I know the game a bit more and the pace of the Premier League a bit more. It has all come together.”