Michail Antonio has been called up to England's 26-man squad for this month’s matches against Germany and Lithuania.
It is the second time the West Ham United utility man has been included in the Three Lions squad after being selected by former England boss Sam Allardyce in September.
He is yet to represent his country and was an unused substitute in the 1-0 win over Slovenia, which proved to be Allardyce’s sole game in charge.
The call-up comes after an impressive season for the Hammers which has seen Antonio top score for the London Stadium club with nine goals.
England face Germany in a friendly at the Signal Iduna Park on March 22 before hosting a World Cup Qualifier against Lithuania at Wembley four days later.