The midfielder will be captaining the England under-21s this week.
England's under-21s are in action this week, as they face off against their Bosnia-Herzegovina counterparts in a UEFA Under-21 Championship qualifier in Sarejevo.
It will be a big chance for the likes of James Ward-Prowse to continue impressing in the national set up.
The midfielder has emerged as a top Premier League operator at St Mary's and he is clearly catching the eye with the England team.
The 21-year-old was recently named as the England under-21 captain as he looks to continue his progression through the ranks, with a hope of making the move to the England senior team in the future.
The Southampton talent is clearly pleased with linking up with his international colleagues once again, as he highlighted in this tweet last night, after arriving in Bosnia:
Good to be back in training with the England ladsOut in Bosnia now and looking forward to the upcoming game pic.twitter.com/UFLaWL1xgS— James Ward-Prowse (@Prowsey16) November 10, 2015
Ward-Prowse has been in and out of the starting XI at Southampton this season but is certainly a major part of Ronald Koeman's plans on the South-Coast - even if it is in a squad rotation system.
But he will be a definite starter for England this week and he will be hoping to catch the eye in Bosnia and then at Brighton against Switzerland on Monday.