The Tottenham Hotspur prospect has gained more international recognition.
England finished the initial qualifying round top of Group 4 after a 0-0 draw with Italy, a match Onomah came off the bench for with 22 minutes remaining.
The 18-year-old attacking midfielder replaced Newcastle United striker Adam Armstrong in the 68th minute and while he could not fire his side to victory he still had reason to celebrate at the final whistle.
Big things are expected of Onomah at White Hart Lane and he is one of the most exciting young talents in a very promising bunch.
He made his first-team debut for Tottenham last season in a FA Cup clash with Burnley and more opportunities will surely arise in due course.
This season may come a little soon for him but next year could be the one where he really breaks through at Tottenham and makes a significant impact under manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Good experience away with Englandu19s. Happy to qualify for the elite round of euros— Joshuaonomah10 (@Joshuaonomah10) October 14, 2015