Blackburn Rovers striker Ben Brereton has been called up by Chile for their World Cup qualifiers.
Stoke-born Brereton, who previously represented England at youth level, qualifies for the South American nation as his mother was born there.
The 22-year-old's maiden call-up follows his best season in a Rovers shirt, having scored seven goals and registered five assists in 40 Sky Bet Championship outings.
Chile are due to meet Argentina and Bolivia in their coming qualifiers.
Former Nottingham Forest man Brereton, whose news was announced on his current club's website, may also have one eye on the Copa America, which will be staged in Argentina during June and July.