Harry Kane has been called up by England once again.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane may have failed to score so far this season, but he has once again been handed a place in the England squad.
Kane, 22, hit 31 goals in all competitions last season, but is currently going through a goal drought having started the season without a goal to his name.
Still, England boss Roy Hodgson has named Kane in his squad, with Kane looking to build on a superb start to life in international football.
The Spurs hitman scored just 80 seconds into his England debut against Lithuania, and whilst he didn't find the net against Italy, he has impressed in his two caps so far.
Now in the squad to face San Marino and Switzerland in September, Kane took to Twitter to celebrate - whilst he also congratulated team-mate Ryan Mason, who is also in the squad.
The international break may give Kane the chance to get up to speed, but after a busy summer of playing for England Under-21's and in late Spurs friendlies, fans may rather see him given a rest.
It's unclear whether Kane will start either game, but he is likely to play a part, even if it's as a substitute. Meanwhile, Mason may not feature at all given the options at Roy Hodgson's disposal in midfield, but it's clear that the pair have a solid connection from their time together at White Hart Lane.