Missed calls and proud mums - England stars react to World Cup call-ups
England players have taken to social media to react to their inclusion in Gareth Southgate's World Cup squad.
Gareth Southgate named his squad for the World Cup on Wednesday, with Joe Hart and Jack Wilshere among the high-profile omissions.
But for those who have made the cut, the countdown to Russia starts now.
And Southgate's chosen 23 have been reacting to the news on social media, with Kyle Walker, Marcus Rashford and the uncapped Trent Alexander-Arnold among those taking to Twitter.
Not that it was ever in doubt, but Manchester City full-back Walker missed the news of his call-up when the England manager first tried to reach him.
While Manchester United striker Rashford appears to have reserved a place for his proud mum on the plane.
After years of you standing on the touch line in the cold and rain, Mum we're off to the World Cup! pic.twitter.com/JOCj5oBCtN— Marcus Rashford (@MarcusRashford) May 16, 2018
Rashford's United team-mates Ashley Young and Jesse Lingard dug out some childhood photographs as they celebrated their inclusion.
Maybe this picture said I was gonna live my dream and go to a World Cup... dreams do come true pic.twitter.com/kSM8VORdp0— Ashley Young (@youngy18) May 16, 2018
And the still fresh-faced Alexander-Arnold shared an image from his England youth days after making a late burst into the senior squad for Russia.
Leicester City defender Harry Maguire, meanwhile, recalled following England as a fan at Euro 2016.
A reminder of the full squad can be viewed in the tweet below...
England kick off their campaign against Tunisia on June 18, before taking on Panama and Belgium in Group G.