Swansea City forward Tammy Abraham has taken to social media to express his delight after he was called up to the England senior team for the first time.
Controversies have surrounded the Anglo-Nigerian’s international future but England seems to have nailed it after including him alongside two other young players in their squad to face Germany and Brazil in friendly matches.
The forward could not hide joy after getting his maiden call-up to the Three Lions ahead of upcoming fixtures
The red-hot forward who earlier decided to switch allegiance from Nigeria, according to the NFF boss, Amaju Pinnick, has been in impressive form for Swansea this term – scoring four goals in 10 Premier League games
Delighted by the development, Abraham took to Twitter to express his enchantment with the invitation.
“Words can’t describe the feeling but truly blessed and honoured to be called up to England seniors. Thanks for all the messages,” he tweeted.