RYAN SESSEGNON has been recalled to the England Under-21 squad after finally recovering from injury.
The winger, 19, has had a frustrating start to life at Tottenham since moving from Fulham for £30million.
A hamstring problem picked up on duty for Aidy Boothroyd’s Lion Cubs has kept him sidelined all season long until he finally made his Spurs debut last week at Everton.
Meanwhile Ben Godfrey, Mason Greenwood, Reece James and Reiss Nelson all return after missing October’s internationals due to knocks.
QPR’s Ebere Eze and West Ham loanee Grady Diangana are also included for Friday’s Euros qualifier in Albania and the following Tuesday’s friendly in Holland.
Boothroyd, whose side top Group 3 having won all three of their fixtures, said: “These are two really difficult games and trips which will be a good challenge for the team.
“Albania are well-organised, physically strong, they will be difficult to break down and a threat on the counter-attack.
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“But it’s a chance for us to consolidate our position at the top of the qualification group ahead of the big international break.
“We’ve got a pretty steady squad from the last games.
“We’ve lost a few players through injury but it’s giving other players an opportunity to be involved and we’re looking forward to really putting ourselves to the test in these two matches.”