Leeds United defender Tom Lees has won his first England Under-21 call-up, as first revealed by skysports.com.
Lees will now be hoping to feature in Thursday's meeting with Azerbaijan in Baku, ahead of Monday's game against Norway U21s.
The Whites youngster, who can operate in the middle or the right side at the back, enjoyed a breakthrough season in the Championship in 2011/12.
Lees a regular in manager Neil Warnock's team, featuring in all four of their league matches this season - starting three.
The 21-year-old enjoyed season-long loan spells with Accrington and Bury before breaking in Leeds' first team.
Meanwhile, Norwich striker Harry Kane was called up on Wednesday evening to the squad for the match against Norway.
The on-loan Tottenham player has represented his country at under-17 and under-19 level and will join up with the rest of the squad at Chesterfield on Monday.