Is Kyle Walker-Peters the next Tottenham player in line for an England debut?

(L-R) England's defender Kyle Walker-Peters, forward Dominic Solanke and forward Ademola Lookman celebrates a goal during the U-20 World Cup semi-final football match between England and...

The Tottenham Hotspur right-back could follow Harry Winks into the senior side.

Dominic Thomas of Scotland and Kyle Walker-Peters of England battle for the ball during the UEFA European Under 21 Championship Group 4 Qualifier between England and Scotland at Riverside...

On Sunday, Harry Winks became the latest Tottenham Hotspur player to make his senior England debut, and the 21-year-old impressed with his composure on the ball and his passing range against Lithuania. So who could be the next Spurs youngster targeting a Three Lions breakthrough?

For a while it looked like Marcus Edwards would be fast-tracked into Tottenham's senior side, but the 18-year-old remains a somewhat mysterious figure as Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino opts to continue his development with the second string.

Kyle Walker-Peters of Tottenham Hotspur and Adam Hammill of Barnsley during the Carabao Cup Third Round match between Tottenham Hotspur and Barnsley at Wembley Stadium on September 19,...

But while Edwards waits patiently for his chances at Tottenham, full-back Kyle Walker-Peters is seizing his with both hands, and the 20-year-old defender looks on the right path to make his mark for the senior England team in due course.

Much like Winks before him, Walker-Peters has been slowly and effectively integrated into Tottenham's first-team squad, initially training with the stars and then given chances to prove his worth.

Kyle Walker-Peters of England (R) and team mates congratulate Tammy Abraham of England (obscured) as he scores their second goal from a penalty during the UEFA European Under 21...

This season the versatile defender has featured three times for Spurs, impressing in a 90-minute showing against Newcastle United, getting eight minutes against Huddersfield Town last time out and doing a fine job in the EFL Cup victory against Barnsley last month.

Now an England under-21 international, Walker-Peters previously turned out 10 times for England's under-20s, 12 times for their under-19s and six times for the under-18s, and it is clear he is making steady progress in that regard.

While England are relatively well stocked with full-backs right now, Walker-Peters' ability to play on either flank gives him an advantage, and while he is predominantly a right-back, he will not complain wherever he is asked to play and in whichever formation.

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