More international duty for young keeper
Promising Shrewsbury Town goalkeeper Callum Burton has received another call up from England under-17s.
The Shropshire lad, from Newport, has been selected by John Peacock for European Championship under-17 qualifiers in Estonia later this month.
England will face three games in Tallinn beginning with hosts Estonia on October 21.
Two more qualifiers swiftly follow against Wales and Northern Ireland in a group with plenty of home nations interest.
Burton is one of two goalkeepers named in Peacock's 18-man squad alongside Newcastle United prospect Freddie Woodman.
The squad will meet at Burton's St George's Park on October 16 for three days of preparation on home soil before travelling to Tallinn.
Town youth teamer Callum has won four caps for England at under-17 level and also appeared once for the under-16s.
England under-17 squad: Callum Burton (Shrewsbury Town), Freddie Woodman (Newcastle United); Josh Aina (Chelsea), Priestley Griffiths (Middlesbrough), Callum Jones (West Bromwich Albion), Connor Ogilvie (Tottenham Hotspur), Ashley Smith-Brown (Manchester City); Reece Brown (Birmingham City), Kean Bryan (Manchester City), Charlie Colkett (Chelsea), Dan Crowley (Aston Villa), George Green (Everton), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea), Bryn Morris (Middlesbrough), Seyi Ojo (Liverpool); Mason Bennett (Derby County), Alex Kiwomya (Chelsea), Jerome Sinclair (Liverpool).