Ghana target Callum Hudson-Odoi has received his first England Under-21 squad ahead of friendlies against Poland and Germany later this month.
Hudson-Odoi has been on form for the Blues especially in the Europa League where he had netted three goals so far.
His exploits have caught the eyes of English Under 21 manager Aidy Boothroyd who has called him for friendly games prior to the June Under 21 European championship where they have been drawn in a Group containing France Romania and Croatia.
The talented teenager was key for England two years ago when they won the World Under 17 Championship in India.
Born to Ghanaian parents, Hudson-Odoi is also on the radar of the Black Stars with coach Kwesi Appiah keen on him.
Other officials of the Ghana FA are also using Bismark Odoi, who is a former Accra Hearts of Oak player and the father of Callum to get him for the West African country.