Chelsea teenager Dominic Solanke trained with the England senior team on Tuesday after collecting the Youth Player of the Year award.
The 17-year-old made his first-team debut for the Blues in October's Champions League match against Maribor and was given the award for helping the Under-17s to last year's European Championship.
Solanke, now part of the Under-18s set-up, was presented with the trophy as Wayne Rooney collected the Vauxhall England Player of the Year award ahead of a training session the forward joined in with.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa has withdrawn from the Spain squad after suffering an injury in the game with Hull on Sunday.
The former Atletico Madrid man has been plagued by hamstring problems for over a year now.
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Chelsea and Southampton played out a lively 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge, with Dusan Tadic's penalty-kick cancelling out Diego Costa's early headed goal.
Jose Mourinho's side extends its lead at the top of the Premier League to six points over second-placed Man City.
95% - Southampton have the best penalty conversion rate of any PL team to take 10+ in the competition's history (52 gls from 55). Expertise.
22 - Chelsea have taken 22 points in the Premier League since Christmas, eight fewer than Arsenal in the same period. Turnaround.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa evaded the Southampton back four with embarrassing ease to head Branislav Ivanovic's right-wing cross past Saints keeper Fraser Forster after ten minutes.
5 - Diego Costa has now scored five goals in his last six Premier League games for Chelsea. Solid.
Ivanovic now has as many PL assists as Xabi Alonso.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness is "clearly a frustrated man".
Former Liverpool midfielder Souness was among the fiercest critics of Chelsea as they exited the Champions League against PSG on Wednesday.
Mourinho said: "The difference between me and Souness is this: Souness as a player, up there. Jose Mourinho as a player, down here. Jose Mourinho as a manager, up here. Souness as a manager, down there.
"With another difference: I was not a frustrated man because I was not a top player. He is clearly a frustrated man."
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