The teenage midfielder was drafted in after a series of injuries for Roy Hodgson to contend with.
England are in training for the upcoming qualification matches with Estonia and Lithuania. Roy Hodgson's men have already qualified for the European Championships in France next summer - but that does not mean they are taking things lightly for the two fixtures.
That being said there have been some new faces present in training.
Not just Dele Alli of Tottenham Hotspur, but a young Everton star who got a potential taste of the future.
Tom Davies is an Everton under-21 midfielder with plenty of potential to go on and become a big success in the game. At just 17-years-old there is plenty of time for him to come through the ranks at Everton and as yet he has not made a first-team appearance for the club.
However, that has not stopped him training with the senior England squad - as this photo proves.
Hodgson found himself short of numbers after a few injuries and some players being given an extended rest from the weekend this morning. Wayne Rooney, Danny Ings and Jonjo Shelvey were all out of action.
With Davies currently with the England under-17s at St George's Park the England gaffer invited the Everton teenager over to train with the England first-team.
He rubbed shoulders with the likes of Harry Kane, Theo Walcott and Michael Carrick as England continued their preparations this morning.
Davies will have hopefully picked up something valuable from the experience that he can take back to Everton after the international break.