ENGLAND'S future looks bright with a plethora of budding cubs itching to burst into the national set-up and make their mark amongst the Lions.
After the Three Lions' agonising defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 final several youngsters are waiting in the wings, ready to usher in a new dawn for Gareth Southgate's side.
Players such as Bukayo Saka, Mason Mount and Marcus Rashford were the nation's young hopes at the Euros, but now there's a bunch of new kids on the block.
Most notably, starlets such as Jacob Ramsey and Trevor Chalobah have been making waves ahead of the Qatar World Cup later this year.
But the duo aren't the only ones on the verge of a call-up for England.
Here, SunSport takes a closer look at the youngsters on the brink of greatness for the Three Lions.
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JACOB RAMSEY – ASTON VILLA
England icon and Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard has already tipped Jacob Ramsey for international success following his stunning form for his club.
Aged just 20, Ramsey's become a staple for Villa this season – hitting the net six times in 26 Premier League appearances.
Ramsey shot through the ranks at Villa since joining their academy aged six and signing a professional contract in 2019.
He had a brief stint on loan with Doncaster Rovers in 2020 where he scored three goals.