Dominic Calvert-Lewin has no intention of being called into the England squad just to make up the numbers.
And the Everton sensation admits he is on a mission to go on and become an integral part of Gareth Southgate 's plans to conquer Europe next summer.
Calvert-Lewin has been left pinching himself following his first taste of the senior squad following a blistering start to the new season with nine goals in six games.
He is expected to make his debut in Thursday night's friendly with Wales at Wembley and is desperate to make the most of his chance at the highest level.
Southgate has started his preparations for the delayed Euro 2020 finals and Calvert-Lewin wants a piece of the action.
He said: "Absolutely. It's a season to progress, kick on and score more goals and my performances so far have got me here.
"Consistency is key and if I stay consistent, I'd like to think that I'd be in with a chance of playing at the Euros. That's obviously a place where I'd want to be."
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Calvert-Lewin admits representing his country has been a childhood dream and he added: "You can never plan for how you're going to feel when you first get called up for your country.
"I've thought about that for a long time and worked extremely hard to get here.
“And as many people say, it's a kids' dream to play for your country and I'm very privileged to be here now."
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