The Three Lions face Czech Republic tonight at Wembley.
The 18-year-old has impressed for the Blues, scoring three goals since breaking through in January.
So Starsport decided to look at the teenage talents who could be in the Three Lions squad.
Mason Greenwood, Manchester United
The Red Devils have already produced star striker Marcus Rashford’s incredible rise.
And they have another forward in the academy – Greenwood.
England’s young talents come as:
Greenwood has already been a top-scorer too, with 17 goals in the U18 Premier League North last season.
And with a goal for the England U18s, it may not be long before another United forward has a surging rise.
Phil Foden, Manchester City
This young midfielder’s absence from the Three Lions squad left Micky Gray fuming earlier this week.
And the statistics behind the 18-year-old show why.
Pep Guardiola has given the Englishman several chances in the first team over the last two seasons – and has become very comfortable among star players such as Raheem Sterling.
The Spaniard’s backing of Foden reaped rewards when he scored his first Champions League goal against Schalke, his sixth first team goal of the season.
Southgate knows all about the midfielder as he has already tasted glory for his country.
The City starlet scored two goals in the U17 World Cup final last year on the way to winning two years ago.
Maybe it is a matter of when, not if, Foden gets his Three Lions call up?
Karamoko Dembele, Celtic
Fans will be excited to see if Declan Rice’s decision to switch from Ireland to the Three Lions will reap rewards.
But Southgate may be wise to nab a rising talent been in England from the Scottish side.
Born in London, the forward joined the Bhoys’ youth set-up in 2013 and now plays for the U18 side.
Dembele has two appearances for the Scotland U17s under his belt – but also three for the England U15s.
So Celtic fans may not be surprised to see an England scout in Glasgow soon.
Reiss Nelson, Arsenal
Jadon Sancho has shown that playing in Europe can do wonders for an Englishman’s career.
But the forward has been joined by a Gunners youngster in Nelson.
Academy manager Per Mertesacker sent the 19-year-old to Hoffenheim on loan this season.
And the forward has delivered, with seven goals in 26 games this season.
Nelson has put his skills on show in the Champions League too, facing Foden in Group F.
Whether he will stay next season is a different matter, but Southgate may need to book some flights to Hoffenheim soon.