Sebastian has been at Everton since 2014 and is a regular between the sticks in the club’s Under-16s squad.


The 15-year-old, who is eligible to play for both England and Denmark, made his debut for the Three Lions’ Under-15s squad on Sunday.



Sebastian does not have an English passport, but holds a Danish one, and Brian feels it is ironic his son has made his debut for England’s youth team while the Denmark Football Association is yet to even contact him about the Toffees starlet.


“There has been no contact from Denmark at all”, Brian told Danish daily Ekstra Bladet.



“I think it’s a little ironic that we do not hear anything.


“It would be natural for DBU to contact me, but it may be that I have to call Kasper [Hjulmand, the Danish national coach].”



Brian, who is the goalkeeping coach at League One outfit Shrewsbury, stressed other than a few tips now and then, he leaves his son’s training to the coaches at Everton.


“It may be that he has become so good because I have not interfered!


“I’ll let Everton do it. A young boy can quickly get confused if too many get mixed up, so I stay away.


“I may come up with a tip every now and then, but otherwise not.


“Then we have to see if we should do it differently when he gets a little older.”


Only time will tell whether Sebastian will climb the ranks at Goodison Park and break through to the first team.


His father made 310 appearances for Burnley, while he also turned out for West Brom, Bury, Crawley Town and Mansfield Town in English football.