One thing that Nathan Delfouneso will always provide you with is goals and his development in recent years has seen him add that killer touch to his deadly pace and skill through the middle.
Having been a regular member of the Aston Villa first team squad for two years now, Delfouneso has developed quickly and he made his own impression on the 2009 European U19 Championship Finals by picking up the competition's Golden Boot thanks to his four goals as he helped England reach the Final whilst still a year younger than most of the players he was competing against.
His first taste of the international scene came back in 2006, as an U16 player in the Victory Shield competition and he has also represented the Young Lions at U17 level. But it has undoubtedly been with the U19s where his goalscoring took off and, along with his rise to prominence at Villa Park, this led to him receiving a call-up to Stuart Pearce's Under-21 squad.
He made his debut for the Under-21s against Greece at Doncaster as a substitute and didn't waste any time, by netting a debut goal.