Tottenham Hotspur's Nacer Chadli has heaped praise on teammate Harry Kane on Sky Sports, after the striker received his first England call-up last week.
Kane was named in Roy Hodgson's Three Lions squad for their upcoming fixtures against Italy and Lithuania, and Chadli believes that the striker has all the credentials to make it at international level.
The Belgian winger says that Kane has an attitude on and off the pitch that will see him slot in comfortably in his new environment and he doesn't expect the 21-year-old to be fazed around the rest of the group.
"He's a very quiet and relaxed guy," he said. "He's good to work with in a group and (I'm sure) he will be accepted easily by the other players.
"He has the quality and the mentality to play at the highest level. He's a very good player and very talented."
Kane has dealt with every other challenge thrown at him in what has been a whirlwind debut season and there is no reason to suspect that he will struggle on the international stage.
The Spurs academy graduate has gone from promising youngster to superstar within the space of 12 months and he looks to have all the talent required to remain at the top level.
Kane is now on 29 goals for the season and he has become Tottenham's main man in an attacking sense, with the team likely to build around his talents for the years ahead.
The task for Kane will be to ensure that his form does not dip, but he has a natural goalscorer's instinct and he appears to be the potent striker that the Lilywhites have been craving for so long.