Morgan Gibbs-White will be looking to continue his dream season when he represents England in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship starting on 16 June.
The 19-year-old Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder, who was part of England's Under-17 World Cup-winning team of 2017, has been selected for the England Under-21s for the first time after earning 26 Premier League appearances this term.
Gibbs-White made his Premier League debut on the opening weekend of 2018/19 as a substitute in a draw with Everton and was a key figure as Wolves finished seventh, the best by a promoted club since 2001, and qualified for the UEFA Europa League.
"To come on for a player that's had so much experience and is such a good technical player, and for him to say, 'Good luck,' was a massive thing for me," said Gibbs-White as he received his Premier League Debut Ball.
"To play with those sort of players, it boosts you as a player because you want to be like them, you want to perform like them and you want to, if anything, be better than them."