Wolverhampton Wanderers defender, Dominic Iorfa jnr has been listed among the 22-man group that has been picked by England U20 coach, Aidy Boothroyd for the two international friendly matches against Mexico and USA.
England U20 team will play Mexico on Wednesday March 25 at the Hive home of Barnet and take on the U20 team of the USA on Sunday March 29 at Plymouth Aryle’s Home park.
Iorfa the son of former Nigerian international, Dominic Iorfa snr has been in excellent form for Wolves in the English Championship since joining the senior squad late last year.
He made his international debut for England U18 on March 5 2013 in a friendly against Belgium in Brussels.
In 2014, he was promoted to the U20 side and was in the team that played against Portugal U20 on November 17.
Since the beginning of this year, Iorfa’s profile in England has continued to rise and he was named the Football League’s Young Player of the Month for January.
The award covers players that play in all the three divisions of the Sky Bet Football League.
The young defender who is eligible to play for Nigeria was once invited to the country’s U23 team that is preparing for the 2015 All Africa Games and the 2016 Olympics.
The Wolves towering defender is highly favoured to play for Nigeria at the senior level.
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