Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has been named in the provisional Team GB squad for this summer's London Olympics.
Palace have confirmed the 19-year-old is in Stuart Pearce's initial 35-man squad which will be trimmed down to 18, plus four standby players, on July 7 ahead of the Games.
Zaha enjoyed a superb season for the Eagles, scoring nine goals and winning the npower Championship Young Player of the Year award.
His performances in Palace's run to the semi-finals of the Carling Cup also caught the eye of a number of top-flight clubs, although the Eagles persuaded him to sign a five-year contract in December.
Although no official Football Association announcement has been made, West Ham defender James Tomkins and Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes have also confirmed they are in Pearce's initial party.
Team GB's first match is against Senegal at Old Trafford on July 26.