Manchester United’s Tom Cleverley has been called up to the England squad for Wednesday’s friendly against the Netherlands.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere and Manchester United’s Michael Carrick have both withdrawn.
Cleverley, 21, came on as a substitute during United’s 3-2 Community Shield victory over Manchester City on Sunday.
He has spent most of his United career out on loan, first at Leicester, then at Watford and last season at Wigan.
Cleverley played for England at Under-20 level before making his Under-21 debut against Macedonia in 2009.
United and England team-mate Ashley Young believes the midfielder has a promising future ahead of him.
Young said: “Tom has done terrific all pre-season. He was brilliant when he came on in the Community Shield and he has a great future ahead of him.
“I am sure he will go on to be a top player. He is confident in his own ability and I am sure he will come here and do well.”