Tom Heaton has been named in England manager Roy Hodgson's final 23-man squad for Euro 2016.
The former Upton-by-Chester High School pupil won his first international cap on Friday night as a late substitute during the 2-1 win against Australia at Sunderland's Stadium of Light.
Chester-born Heaton, who captains Premier League new boys Burnley, was one of three goalkeepers included in an extended 26-man squad earlier this month alongside Manchester City's Joe Hart and Southampton's Fraser Forster.
It was expected the 30-year-old would retain his spot in the final squad and that was confirmed on Tuesday afternoon when Hodgson announced his selection with Newcastle United's Andros Townsend, Leicester City's Danny Drinkwater and Manchester City's Fabien Delph ommitted.
Hodgson's side take on Portugal at Wembley on Thursday in their final Euro 2016 warm-up match.
England kick-off their Group B campaign in Friday on June 11 in Marseille when they take on Russia before meeting Wales on June 16 and Slovakia on June 20.
Heaton replaced Forster for the final minutes of the game with Australia and later described winning his first cap as a 'very proud moment'.
"It’s incredible, and a very proud moment for me," Heaton told Burnley's official website.
"It’s been quite a long journey so I’m delighted to get on the pitch and get that cap.
"The next goal is to get on again. That’s certainly my ambition, it doesn’t stop here and while I’ll enjoy the moment you set out in football as a kid to play for England and now I want more of it."
Heaton, whose mum Joan and dad Dave live in Guilden Sutton, started his career with Manchester United before moving to Cardiff City and then Bristol City.
He signed for Burnley - the club his dad supports - in summer 2013 and was an ever-present during the 2015-16 campaign as Sean Dyche's side secured the Championship title and promotion to the Premier League.