It seems as though all of England's freshest talents are expressing their abilities strongly in aid to receive a phone call from Roy Hodgson to play international football with the first team.
The decline in form from Danny Welbeck and Rickie Lambert whilst on international duty could pave the way for two of a trio of outstanding forwards that have made their mark in the Premier League by scoring a ton of goals, something that simply cannot be ignored by the former Liverpool boss.
Harry Kane has been in inspirational form so far this season. Successful loan moves to Millwall and Leicester helped the 21-year-old mature through the developing stages of his career, and while he still has plenty of experience to gain, he is certainly showing no signs of timidness in front of goal for Tottenham Hotspur this season.
With 14 goals in all competitions for Spurs this season, he has silenced the critics as he flies away from his fellow team mates in the goalscoring table, Nacer Chadli the closest to the youngster with seven goals.
Not only is the former Norwich loanee scoring goals under Pochettino, but he is showing great consistency and bags of confidence; something that is vital in someone as young as he is.
Currently with England's U21 squad, he is certainly something for Roy Hodgson to consider ahead of the upcoming 2016 Euros, but of course there are fellow Englishmen who are staking a serious claim for a call-up.
One of those forwards is Charlie Austin who is in unstoppable form as ever with Queens Park Rangers. A hat-trick last weekend against West Brom marked his place beneath only Sergio Aguero and Diego Costa in the league's top goal scorers, while he added a 12th of the season against Arsenal.
Hitting the back of the net seems to be a favourable past time of the 25-year-old as he has scored an eye-watering 209 goals in his short career. Hodgson surely must be looking at that tempting statistic and consider a call-up in the very near future, mustn't he?
And then of course there is Andy Carroll who has only just returned from a devastating injury. His three goals this season may not seem as impressive as the other two forwards, but there is no reason why the 25-year-old should be excluded from the thoughts of the England boss.
He made a worthy England debut against France in 2010. He has scored twice for his country so has proved his confidence in front of the onlooking nation thus putting yet another thought into the mind of the manager.