Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason has been called up to the England squad as a replacement for Adam Lallana.
The 23-year-old has emerged as a key player for Spurs this season and has been rewarded with his first international call-up at senior level for the upcoming games against Lithuania and Italy.
Mason, who has played for his country at Under-19 and Under-20 level, joins club-mate Harry Kane in Roy Hodgson's squad after the striker was also handed his first senior international call-up last week.
Lallana misses out after sustaining a groin injury in Liverpool's Premier League defeat to Manchester United on Sunday.
I'm honoured to be called into the England squad, a very proud day for me & my family!. Thankyou for your messages.— Ryan Mason (@Ryan_Mason13) March 23, 2015
Fabian Delph has not yet joined up with the national team, as the Aston Villa midfielder is suffering from a sickness bug but he is expected to report for training later this week.
England face Lithuania in a Euro 2016 qualifier at Wembley on Friday before travelling to Turin to face Italy in a friendly next Tuesday.