The striker has never been in a match-day squad for Leicester City.
England take on Lithuania tonight, one of the commentator's nightmare teams. Not only are the names hard enough to read, but not many of the players are exactly household names.
The likes of Marius Zaliukas and Saulius Mikoliunas might be recognisable from their time in Scottish football but Leicester City fans should also know one of the players in the first-team.
Because he is one of their own.
Striker Simonas Stankevicius is in the Lithuania squad to take on England this evening.
The 19-year-old striker joined Leicester in 2013 as a youngster and has not yet played for the first-team. In fact, he has never even made the matchday squad for The Foxes.
The most first-team experience he has had was during a loan spell earlier this season with Conference side Nuneaton Town - where he scored no goals in six appearances.
But despite his relative lack of experience or impact at Leicester he is a regular with the Lithuania national team. He made his debut in 2013 and has played eight times for his nation altogether.
He is unlikely to start this evening but as one of only three strikers in the Lithuania squad, this might be the first time Leicester fans get a look at the striker this evening.