Chester-born Tom Heaton has been called up to the full England squad for the first time.
Three Lions manager Roy Hodgson has included the former Upton High School pupil in his 24-man squad for two games next month: a friendly with Republic of Ireland in Dublin on June 7 and a Euro 2016 qualifier against Slovenia in Ljubljana on June 14.
Burnley goalkeeper Heaton, 29, has previous international experience having represented England at youth level from under-16s through to under-21s.
The former Upton-by-Chester High School pupil is one of three keepers in the squad alongside Manchester City's Joe Hart and Queens Park Rangers' Robert Green.
Heaton, whose mum Joan and dad Dave live in Guilden Sutton, joined Manchester United at the age of 11 after impressing scouts playing for the Chester Primary Schools FA team.
During his time with at Old Trafford, he was loaned to six different clubs before signing for Cardiff City on a permanent basis in 2010 and then moving to Bristol City.
Heaton joined Burnley - the club his dad supports - in summer 2013 and played a key role in helping the the Turf Moor club secure promotion to the Premier League last season.
Although the Clarets have been relegated back to the Championship, Heaton has been in excellent form for Sean Dyche's men and has now been rewarded with an international call-up.