Leeds United midfielder Lewis Cook is a very promising young player.
The talented 18-year-old is part of the Three Lions’ squad to take on Macedonia, Finland and Italy in the 2016 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualification campaign.
Aidy Boothroyd’s side will take on Macedonia in Skopje next Thursday, before facing Finland two days later.
The England Under-19 side will then lock horns with their Italian counterparts on Tuesday, October 13.
Cook is delighted to be part of the England side and has posted the following message on Twitter, with Leeds fans responding to him on the social networking site.
Happy to get another England call up. Three games in Macedonia— Lewis Cook (@lewiscook_) October 1, 2015
@lewiscook_ fully deserved lad soon we'll see you on the big stage with the senior squad— Armo (@Jordan_Armo) October 1, 2015
Cook is one of the most talented young midfielders in England and is a key player for West Yorkshire outfit Leeds.
The teenager has featured in six Championship games for the Whites so far this season, creating 11 chances in the process.
Cook has a pass accuracy of 78%, and has won three headers, nine dribbles and 13 tackles.