The Crystal Palace youngster took to Twitter after being called into the England squad
Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha will be trying to join an exclusive club in Sweden this week.
With Wayne Rooney ruled out through injury, Roy Hodgson plumped for the 20-year-old rather than Andy Carroll for England's friendly in Stockholm on Wednesday.
It puts Zaha in line to become one of the small number of outfield players who have featured for the Three Lions despite playing outside the top division.
The last man to do it was Jay Bothroyd, who was at Cardiff when he played against France in November 2010.
Prior to that, David Nugent scored in the World Cup win over Andorra in March 2007.
But Zaha's promise has been evident for some time. The Eagles’ star has been capped five times at Under-21 level and attracted the attention of a host of top clubs.
And he could not hide his delight at being called into Hodgson’s first team fold. Writing on Twitter, he said: "Wow, everything's happening so fast.”