The Belgian midfielder was impressed by the performances of Tottenham’s England internationals during a dramatic 3-2 win over Germany on Saturday.
Danny Rose, Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Eric Dier all played a key part during a thoroughly successful shift for Roy Hodgson’s side, with the latter two both netting a goal apiece as England battled back to win from two goals down.
And Chadli, who is currently preparing for Belgium’s friendly with Portugal in Leiria, admits he was impressed by the performances of his Spurs team-mates, adding that England are set to be a force at Euro 2016.
He told Sky Sports: “I saw that Harry [Kane] scored and Eric Dier – two Spurs players – so that’s very nice. I think England have a good squad, a young squad. Germany’s good as well.
“So we’re going to see a good Euro 2016 with a lot of big teams.”
But the 26-year-old says England won’t be the only ones to benefit from the good form of his club team-mates, adding that succeeding with the national team could provide the springboard to aid Tottenham in their Premier League title bid.
“To have this confidence in the national team and to play a good game in the national team is always going to give you extra confidence and you can bring it to your club,” he added.
“So that can help us a lot for the last run.”
Spurs return to Premier League action with a trip to Liverpool in Saturday's evening kick-off, with Mauricio Pochettino’s men looking to cut Leicester’s lead at the top of the table to two points.