Wolves winger Matt Jarvis is living his dream after being named in the England squad for the next two games.
Jarvis has been in excellent form for the Midlands club so far this season and has been rewarded with a place in the Three Lions group for the Euro 2012 qualifier with Wales and friendly international against Ghana.
The call-up makes the 24-year-old the first Wolves player to be part of the Three Lions squad in almost 20 years, with club legend Steve Bull the last man, and he is keen to make an impact.
Jarvis told the club’s official website: “It was great to get the call confirming I am in the squad.
“I'm delighted as you would expect and to be honest it's difficult to put into words at the moment.
“I'd been named on standby for a few of the games this season so it's great that this time I've finally made it into the squad.
“Like every player it's been a dream of mine to try and play for England since starting off in the game, and getting into the squad takes me one step closer.
“I'll enjoy the news and am really pleased, but from there it will be a case of joining up and trying to impress and do everything I can to get some time on the pitch.”