Southampton youngster Callum Slattery has been called into the England Under-20 squad for this summer's Toulon Tournament.
The 18-year-old will travel to France with the under-20s squad for the competition that starts on May 29th.
During that period, England will face ties against Angola, Japan and Cuba in their group stage fixtures.
The Young Lions head into the competition as current holders of the title, having seen off France 2-1 in last year's final, when the Under-21s were the representatives in the tournament.
James Ward-Prowse, Matt Targett, Jack Stephens and Nathan Redmond all represented the Three Lions on that occasion.