Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha has been added to the England squad to face Sweden.
Zaha, who turned 20 on Saturday, has been drafted into Roy Hodgson's squad for the friendly match on Wednesday after injuries to Wayne Rooney and Theo Walcott forced the Three Lions coach to look at reinforcements.
Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone and Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson have also been called up, while Jonjo Shelvey, Kyle Walker and Aaron Lennon have withdrawn
Zaha helped Palace to the top of the table with four goals in 15 appearances to date and Palace manager Ian Holloway paid tribute to his burgeoning talent after seeing his side overcome Peterborough 2-1 on Saturday.
"It is wonderful to see such an exhilarating, exciting player - to run with the ball like that, and outrun people running without the ball, is amazing," Holloway said
Holloway's opposite number, Darren Ferguson, added: "[He is] the best player outside the Premiership, hands down. At times he was unplayable. Since the first time I saw him I thought he was going to go right to the top."
Hodgson has been keen to include young players in recent squads, and persuade those eligible for other nations to commit their futures to England. Jenkinson and Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling have both been drafted into Hodgson's plans despite interest from Finland and Jamaica respectively - while Zaha, who was born in Abidjan but has represented England at Under-21 level, could play for the Ivory Coast.
Zaha, who is reportedly a transfer target for the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City, noted on Saturday that he was considering representing Ivory Coast at international level, comments that may have sparked the FA into action.
He also hinted that he will consider his future at club level in January.
"I love it at Palace, the fans have got loads of love for me," Zaha said, according to the Daily Telegraph. "I don't need to think about anything else. When January comes, I'll have to decide. [My focus is on] getting through January, whether I'm going to stay with Palace or move, then I'll decide whether I'm going to go with England or the Ivory Coast."