England U21 boss Gareth Southgate has called up Fulham striker Cauley Woodrow to his 25 man squad for the European Championship qualifier against Wales and for the Toulon Tournament according to transfermarkt.co.uk.
The 19-year old striker has risen to fame after being given a chance in the Premier League by manager Felix Magath. The youngster impressed many with his displays for the now Championship club and is expected to be a key player in their push for promotion.
This past season he went out on loan to Southend United where he made 18 league appearances whilst scoring twice. When he returned he was playing for Fulham Reserves whilst trying to survive amongst the managerial merry-go-round that was occurring at the club.
Felix Magath became the most recent manager for the club and gave Woodrow his first chance at the Premier League. In that time he made six appearances and scored a goal against Crystal Palace in a 2-2 draw on the final matchday.
He has impressed Southgate enough to gain a place in his 25 man squad for their following fixtures and it is likely that he will play upfront either with Saido Berahino, Harry Kane, Danny Ings or Solly March.
He is expected to take part in these fixtures and will be aiming to prove the quality he has to his manager and coaches.