England midfielder says the new players have settled in the senior squad quickly
England v Moldova
2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil qualifier
8pm, Friday 6 September
Live on ITV
says England's new boys have settled in quickly and have been made to feel at home in the senior set-up at St. George's Park
Ahead of important World Cup Qualifiers with Moldova
and Ukraine this week, manager Roy Hodgson called Tottenham Hotspur winger Andros Townsend and Everton midfielder Ross Barkley into his squad for the first time.
The young pair have international experience most recently with the Under-21s - Barkley scored in their 6-0 demolition of Scotland last month
And, having previously been to the national football centre with the young Lions, Milner believes it has made that transition to the full squad all the more easier.
"When I was in the Under-21s we didn't stay in the same place as the seniors, so it's a good opportunity for them and helps them make that transition a bit smoother, seeing the set-up of the seniors," said Milner.
"It takes you a bit of time to feel comfortable and settle down. The lads who have just come in have got straight down to their football and it doesn't look like it's bothered them.
"They are quality players, so it's easier when you have ability like they have."
He continued: "You always dream of playing for your country, so to train alongside Gerrard, Lampard, players they have watched while growing up, is an amazing thing.
"It's down to the players who have been here for a while to help them feel and home so they can just get on with their football."
The Manchester City midfielder, who played a record 46 times for the Under-21s before making the step up, says it's important that young players who do make the progression to the senior side aren't over-hyped too early.
He believes they should be allowed to get on with playing and adapting to international football, without feeling any pressure on them.
"I was in the Under-21s maybe too long, but got my chance and took it." he said.
"The important thing is, when we have a good young player coming through, just to leave them alone, let them get on with their football and not build them up too much."
He added: "We can't put too much expectation of them when they are too young, it adds that pressure on them. Let them get on with their football and help them along.
"Every player is different, and each one needs to be judged individually on what's best for the player and what's best for England."
A full interview with Milner is in the official England v Moldova match programme, which will be available to buy at Wembley on Friday or you can order it online via www.TheFA.com/programmes
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