Talented teenager Hannah Cain is certainly making a name for herself on the international football stage after netting her first goal for England.
The 15-year-old has been in demand when it comes to national duty with both England and Wales selecting the young attacking midfielder for their sides.
And the Hill House youngster has just come back from a ten-day trip with England’s U17s where she proved instrumental in the Young Lionesses’ Elite Qualifying Round of the European Championship.
Hotshot Hannah, who has represented a Scawthorpe Scorpions boys team and Sheffield’s Centre of Excellence, opened the scoring for England against Bulgaria inside 13 minutes and was unfortunate not to have had a brace after her header was wrongly disallowed.
The Arksey youngster also assisted another goal for England as the side ran out comfortable 5-0 winners.
England’s U17s have now beaten Bulgaria, Moldova and Russia to top their group.
Cain, who has since travelled to St George’s Park for a four-day training camp and match against Germany, has also featured for Wales - playing in an U16 UEFA development tournament where she took on the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Northern Ireland.
Proud mum Lisa Cain said: “We’re incredibly proud of what she has achieved so far, she’s doing incredibly well.
“We are continuing to support her to ensure she reaches her ultimate aim in life of being a professional footballer.”