David Beckham has praised the impact of Dele Alli and Harry Kane, and touted them to be stars at Euro 2016.
Alli made an amazing breakthrough to the first squad at Tottenham, scoring seven goals in 35 appearances.
And Alli has four caps for England already, scoring in the 2-0 win over France.
The former Three Lions skipper told Talksport: “I have been really impressed by Dele Alli. He has had a great season at Spurs.
“It is great to see young players coming through and playing with the enjoyment that you want them to play with.
“It is what Roy done so well – he has brought so many young players into the squad and given them the chance to play on the biggest stage.”
Kane, meanwhile, has spearheaded Spurs’ unlikely Premier League title tilt this term, scoring 16 goals in 26 outings, and Beckham has lauded the way the 22-year-old plays.
“Harry Kane – you see a player like that and he has got an honesty about the way he plays and that is what I love seeing about the way he plays the game,” he added.
“He works hard and you can tell he cares about the game and you can tell he cares about playing for our country. Seeing players like that play on the biggest stage is exciting and I am looking forward to the Euros.”