Solihull Moors striker Omar Bogle has been called up to the England C squad to face Estonia Under 23’s in the International Trophy Group A match on Tuesday.
The 22-year-old said his selection in the non-league national team was a dream come true.
Bogle signed for Moors for the start of the 2012/13 season and has been the club’s leading scorer every year since, amassing a staggering 51 goals.
He started at the Birmingham City Academy appearing for their reserves when only just 16 years old.
He moved to Celtic in January 2012 where he featured in their Under 19s team but returned south within a few months to pursue regularly first team action.
Solihull Moors manager Bignot said: “On behalf of everyone involved at Solihull Moors Football Club, I’d like to congratulate Omar Bogle on his call up for the England C squad.
“It’s a fantastic achievement for Omar to be a part of the final 16-man squad and it’s a testament to his hard work and commitment over the last couple of years.
“It’s no surprise to any of us at the club, that our young centre forward is being recognised as one of the best players in non-league.
“He has been an instrumental influence to our current success.
“Omar has a very successful future ahead of him; representing England will be a very proud occasion for him, his family and everyone that works with him at Solihull Moors.”
Bogle will lead the Solihull attack on Saturday when they play away at Bradford Park Avenue, but will then be collected by the FA and whisked away to a Leeds hotel where he will meet his new team mates in readiness for Tuesday’s clash against a side reputed to contain five full Internationals from Estonia’s senior squad.
The England C match will be played at The Shay Stadium, home of Conference Premier Halifax Town.