Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster earned his first-ever England call-up for the 2014 World Cup qualifying double-header against San Marino and Poland.
Fraser began his career at Newcastle in 2005 but spent most of his time there out on loan, at Stockport County, Bristol Rovers and Norwich City, before he finally made his name at the Glasgow giants.
Neil Lennon took Fraser north of the border in August 2010 and the 6’7” stopper spent two successful seasons at Parkhead, winning the Scottish Cup in 2011 and the Scottish Premier League the following season. He signed a permanent contract in June 2012.
And Fraser’s form for the Hoops certainly impressed his manager.
Lennon said of Fraser: “I think he is developing into a top-class goalkeeper.
"He has played in huge games and showed he had the character and qualities to play in those games."