The Tottenham Hotspur teenager says he is 'honoured.'
Dele Alli (@Dele_Alli) March 17, 2016
So, after Dele Alli's England heroics against France last time out, there are no surprises as Roy Hodgson names him in the Three Lions squad to face Germany and the Netherlands.
The Tottenham teenager has been superb this season and, despite suffering some fitness problems recently and a few quiet displays - a rarity this term - more of the same is expected during Spurs' title run-in and England's friendlies.
Alli will likely play a big part in this summer's Euro 2016 finals. He may be 19 but that's been beside the point considering how well he's done this season.
In response to making another England squad, the Tottenham midfielder took to Twitter to declare his honour, while also posting a picture of him celebrating with captain Wayne Rooney.
Alongside Alli, Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Harry Kane and Eric Dier have also made Hodgson's England squad from the Tottenham contingent. That means Spurs will have a massive influence on upcoming results one way or another...