According to the Daily Mail, England boss Roy Hodgson already has his eye on Tottenham's Dele Alli for a shock potential call-up.
Alli, 19, signed for Tottenham in January having come up through the ranks at and starred with Milton Keynes Dons in League One, but spent the rest of last season back on loan with the Dons as he helped them win promotion to the Championship.
Now, Alli has started his Spurs career, and having impressed in pre-season, he is now starting to take his chance in the first-team under Mauricio Pochettino.
Pochettino helped develop the likes of Harry Kane and Ryan Mason last season, and now it looks like Alli will be his latest developmental success story.
The midfielder scored his first Premier League goal in the 1-1 draw at Leicester City last month, and produced promising displays against Qarabag and Crystal Palace over the last week.
Now, the Daily Mail report that England manager Roy Hodgson has been alerted to Alli's performances for Spurs, and the midfielder is now in contention for a senior international call-up for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers.
It's a remarkable rise to prominence for Alli, and he has shown his huge potential already for Tottenham - and could now join Spurs team-mates Mason, Kane and Andros Townsend in the England setup.