One of Tottenham Hotspur's exciting young players has been talking about international matters.
The right-back has impressed for Tottenham’s under-21 side this season, featuring 13 times and setting up two goals to date.
He may have a lot of competition for a starting spot in the Spurs first-team, with the likes of Kyle Walker, Eric Dier and DeAndre Yedlin all potential options down the flank, but the 18-year-old has also impressed further up the field and he looks set for a bright future at White Hart Lane.
For now though Walker-Peters is focused on international matters, with England’s youngsters in Russia for two friendly matches in the coming days.
“From an international point of view, I think I’ve done well this season,” the 18-year-old said.
“In a way it is hard to join in with a team that has previously won the European Championship, so coming into that team and then doing well is a proud achievement for me.”
Walker-Peters is yet to make his senior debut for Tottenham, although he was used in the recent summer friendlies against Malaysia All-Stars and Sydney FC, replacing Jan Vertonghen on both occasions and getting plenty of minutes to impress.
And once the England games are over with, the youngster will no doubt be focusing on an impressive pre-season campaign with Tottenham, knowing manager Mauricio Pochettino will have a very close eye on him and his fellow hopefuls.