Newcastle's Freddie Woodman to set 'new goals' for club and country after England call
Freddie Woodman and Adam Armstrong have been named in the England Under-19 squad for two friendlies ahead of the summer's European Championships in Germany.
The Newcastle United pair, both 19, are in Aidy Boothroyd's 24-man party for next month's double-header against Mexico.
Woodman has on the bench in recent months,
The goalkeeper, son of former goalkeeping coach Andy, took to Twitter after yesterday's 5-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur at St James's Park.
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He tweeted: "Fans were brilliant today.
"It's been a long season for us all but I'm looking forward to working hard over summer and setting new goals."
Woodman was recalled from a loan spell at Crawley Town in October after No 1 Tim Krul suffered a season-ending injury.
Forward Armstrong had a successful loan at Coventry City.
England will play Mexico on June 4 and 6 at the Centro de Alto Rendimiento national training centre, near Mexico City.