Marcus Rashford will be invited to train with senior England squad ahead of the pre-Euro 2016 friendlies with Australia and Portugal in the coming weeks, report Sky Sports.
The 18-year old forward has emerged as a first-team regular with Manchester Untied over the past few months, notching seven goals since being handed his first-team debut in February.
Such is the nature of his impressive form, he had been touted as a potential teammate for Danny Welbeck following his gruesome knee injury that ruled him out of contention for the Three Lions.
He has not yet made an appearance for the under-21 squad, though made his debut at under-20 level earlier this year.
Prior to the 2014 World Cup, defenders John Stones and Jon Flanagan trained with the top side in a similar arrangement.
England will play Australia on May 27 at the Stadium of Light, before hosting Portugal at Wembley on June 2nd.