Tottenham Hotspur talent Kyle Walker-Peters believes that first team football will benefit his young England team-mates going into the European Championship qualifiers in Spain.

The 18-year-old, along with his club team-mate Josh Onomah, will be part of the England Under-19 squad that are scheduled to take part in the trio of matches starting tomorrow against Georgia.

The starlet, a product of Tottenham's youth academy, has been heavily involved fin the Under-21 Premier League this season and was also named on the bench for Sunday night's game against Bournemouth at White Hart Lane, though he failed to make it to the pitch.

While basking in the glory of that achievement, the youngster has expressed his confidence over doing well at international level together as a unit, in spite of the nature of competition being tough. According to Walker-Peters, the first-team involvement of a number of players within the squad will help them do well.

“I think we’ll do well”, Walker-Peters told his club's official website.  


“They’re going to be tough games because European opposition are always good but we’ve got a very strong team and I think we’ll get through it.

“A lot of the players are playing first team football, a lot of them are out on loan so they have that senior experience and that should help us.”

Following tomorrow's match against Georgia the young Three Lions will play Greece on Friday and Spain next Tuesday.