Fresh from helping England to the U21 European Championships, Frankie Fielding has put himself up for loan.
The Blackburn goalkeeper starred for the Young Lions in their play-off encounter with Romania on Tuesday.
His heroics ensured that Stuart Pearce's side booked their passage to next summer's finals, with a 0-0 draw enough to hand them a 2-1 aggregate success.
Fielding was delighted to have played his part in a gutsy display, with a partisan home crowd and the much-maligned Jabulani ball making his life all the more difficult.
He does, however, accept that he needs regular action if he is to maintain his high standards and accepts that he will need to go out on loan if he is to get those games.
"This is probably the best feeling I've ever had - the biggest achievement in my career," said 22-year-old Fielding.
"I am absolutely buzzing. We were all expecting it to be backs-to-the-wall stuff. We knew that would happen.
"The balls we used are horrible though, the Jabulani should be banned. They are completely different.
"You can put my performance down to luck or skill, I'm not going to dwell on it. I'm just delighted to get to the finals.
"We were all shattered at the end - I was knackered and I hadn't been running around. I just felt drained.
"This means a lot. It has been an 18-month campaign and we have achieved what we have been aiming for.
"I'm loving this but it is the worst feeling when you are training all week and not playing - so if anyone wants me on loan, I'm available."