Club Manchester United
Under-21s Debut 29.02.12, 4-0 v Belgium (h)
Six of Wilfried’s Under-21 caps came in 2012-13. United signed him from Crystal Palace in the January window and loaned him back to help their promotion push.
The Crystal Palace youngster was first called up for England's U19 squad in 2011, when he was selected by Head Coach Noel Blake for the squad to face Germany in Chesterfield and after making his Three Lions debut in that game, he quickly progressed into the Under-21 squad under Stuart Pearce.
He was part of the Young Lions group which qualified for the 2012 Euro Finals, helping England through a tricky play-off against Serbia.
Zaha first broke through to Palace's first team squad in the Championship during the 2009-10 campaign and quickly became a regular for the Eagles.
With bags of pace and skill in his locker, his form for the club saw him given an opportunity to feature at international level and follow in the footsteps of other Palace youngsters from recent seasons such as Nathaniel Clyne, Victor Moses and Lee Hills.
He went beyond that in 2012 though, as his further development and exciting form caught the eye of Roy Hodgson, who selected him for the Senior squad to face Sweden in November.
His first cap followed, as he was introduced as a substitute in the match at Stockholm's new Friends Arena.
He signed for Manchester United in January 2013 and will join the Reds in July.