Spurs have several promising players starring for England across the age-groups.
Three talented Spurs teenagers featured in England Under-18s impressive 6-1 win over Switzerland at Walsall this weekend.
It is a particularly strong result given Switzerland's own achievements at youth level in recent years, having won the Under-17 World Cup in 2009.
It was Amos's first cap at Under-18 level, and the young midfielder managed to bag an assist to mark the occasion
Kyle Walker-Peters featured at right back for the Young Lions, a position he has been impressing in for Tottenham's development sides this season, while 17-year-old Onomah, arguably one of the club's most gifted youngsters, also laid on a goal in the rout.
Onomah has already made his debut for the first team at White Hart Lane, coming on in the 4-2 win over Burnley in January.
It is further strong signs that Spurs are doing some impressive work in providing quality youngsters from their academy to the national side.
Harry Kane stole the headlines for the full England side on Friday with his debut goal against Lithuania, while Ryan Mason will be hoping to make his bow against Italy on Tuesday, with fellow Tottenham graduate Andros Townsend also in Roy Hodgson's squad.
And in Tom Carroll, Spurs had another star performer this weekend, as the on-loan Swansea midfielder scored the only goal in England Under-21s 1-0 win over Czech Republic.