It's every boy's dream to play for his national side.
From the moment you first kick a ball, all the way through until you hang up your boots, not matter what level you play at, the belief is always there that one day you'll pick up the phone to hear the England boss on the other end.
For professional players, international call-ups are something that they strive to earn, and historically are considered the most prestigious of honours.
Some players burst onto the scene at an early age, others have to wait to get their chance of a cap.
For some footballers, however, that elusive first international appearance doesn't come until they are well and truly in the twilight of their careers.
We take a look at the top ten eldest debutants to ever play for the England national side.
They might have too much mileage on the clock, but Wembley beckoned nonetheless, and they answered its call.
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