Roy Hodgson has named his England squad for the upcoming games against Republic of Ireland and Slovenia next month - and there are certainly a few surprise selections.
The main area of debate is up front. Saido Berahino and Harry Kane have been called up to the full team recently, while Danny Ings has also been mentioned. But all three strikers have been named in the England under-21 squad for this summer so were unavailable to Roy Hodgson.
With that in mind he needed to find alternatives, which he did, with Charlie Austin and Jamie Vardy called up.
The rise of the pair has certainly caught the imagination of many, especially that of Vardy.
He was signed by Leicester City in 2012 from Fleetwood Town. Before that he was at Halifax Toen and before that Stocksbridge Park Steels - he has risen from non-league football to the national team in just five years.
Leicester fans will vouch for his form. His work rate and energy are unrivaled in the attacking department throughout the Premier League and while his goalscoring rate is certainly not exceptional.
Leicester City fans were certainly ecstatic with the news, as they made clear on Twitter after the news was announced...
Thing with Vardy, he offers something no other striker does incredible work rate rarely seen at international level— Adam (@adamb_lcfc) May 21, 2015
Unbelievable career that Jamie Vardy has had. Such a hard worker and deserves a chance at this level. Anyone getting a Vardy shirt? #LCFC— LCFC Away Days (@lcfcawaydays_) May 21, 2015
Three years ago this week, Jamie Vardy signed for #lcfc from non-league Fleetwood. Now, he's in the England squad. What an incredible rise.— James Sharpe (@TheSharpeEnd) May 21, 2015
Party time for Vardy. Some progression in 3 years! Non-league to International football. Awesome, awesome stuff. #lcfc— Paul Godley (@paul_godley21) May 21, 2015
Jamie Vardy has been handed a first England call up by Roy Hodgson. A fine reward for his excellent end to the season #lcfc— Dave Bodymore (@davebodymore) May 21, 2015