Isaac Hayden (@IsaacHayden65) October 14, 2014
It's been a very successful week for England's national sides at all levels.
Not only did the senior team keep up their 100 per cent Euro 2016 qualification campaign, but the under-21s qualified for the 2015 European Championships too.
And then there was England's under-20 team, who beat competition from Holland, Germany and Turkey to win a Four Nations tournament.
The side's joint captains Isaac Hayden and Matt Targett, of Arsenal and Southampton respectively, lifted the trophy after the final game, in which a draw against Turkey was enough to win the tournament after two previous wins.
The highlight was Arsenal youngster Chuba Akpom's game turning display against Holland on Saturday night, in which he scored two goals in the final two minutes to lead England to a 3-2 victory having only just come on as a 87th minute substitute.
He also took to twitter to discuss his delight at representing his country.
England's young sides are showing a lot of promise, which is at present all it is, but the signs are there that desperately needed talent is fast coming through the ranks ad suggesting there may yet be success to be had at senior international level one day.