The midfielder was the star of the show in the 2-0 win over France on Tuesday.
The young midfielder has enjoyed a strong start to his first season at White Hart Lane, firmly establishing himself in the first team despite his young age.
After coming on as a substitute against Spain, he was the star of the show in the 2-0 win over France on Tuesday as he scored the game’s opening goal to mark his full debut in spectacular fashion.
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And, as reported by the club’s official Twitter account, Dier says he deserves his current success.
“Myself and Dele Alli have enjoyed ourselves recently, playing game after game & it was great to play alongside him again,” he said.
“[He] is on a great wave at the moment & I'm delighted. He's a great lad with his feet on the ground & deserves it."
The France game was also a big one for Dier, as he got to make his debut at Wembley.
The Spurs man has enjoyed a strong start to the season himself, having flourished in a newfound defensive midfield role for the side.
Those performances saw him earn his first England call-ups during this international break, and he says he couldn’t have asked for a better Wembley debut that against France.
"To start my first England game at Wembley v France you can’t ask for much more than that,” he added.