The England national team assembled on Wednesday ahead of the international friendly against Republic of Ireland and the Euro 2016 qualifier against Slovenia later this month.
Among those in traning was Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, who had been charged by the FA earlier in the day following his offensive anti-Tottenham chants during the FA Cup trophy parade.
Also in attendance was strike duo Charlie Austin and Jamie Vardy, who have both been called into the senior for the first after impressing manager Roy Hogsdon throughout the season.
The latter’s inclusion is somewhat surprising given his poor goal return for Leicester City where he found the back of the net just five times in 35 league appearances.
Meanwhile, James Milner was also snapped taking part in a light training session as he prepares to complete his free transfer to Liverpool in the coming days.
The Manchester City midfielder is thought to have rejected a new deal at the Etihad in order for first team assurances at Anfield next season (via Mail Sport)
Ireland are first up for the Three Lions this Sunday before they resume their European Qualification campaign a week later against Slovenia.