All eyes are on 19-year-old Birmingham City goalkeeper after his call up to the main squad for England's Euro 2012 campaign. The Post looks at his road to the England first team
1993: Born in Bristol, March 10.
2007: Joins Birmingham as a schoolboy.
2008: Makes debut for England Under-16s in their 6-0 win over Northern Ireland in the Victory Shield.
2009: Moves into Blues' academy and, aged 16, makes his reserve-team debut.
Plays for England Under-17s.
2010: Signs his first professional contract of two-and-a-half years and is named the club's young player of the 2009/10 season.
May - Part of the England Under-17 squad that wins the European Championships
October - Has surgery on a broken hand.
2011: April - Part of the England Under-19 squad for the UEFA under-19 championships.
May - Handed a first-team squad number.
July - Plays for England team that reaches last 16 at FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Colombia.
September 1 - Makes debut for Under-21s against Azerbaijan.
Joins League Two side Cheltenham on a month's loan and makes his debut against Macclesfield on September 10.
His loan is extended upon his return from Under-21 duty against Norway and Iceland until January 2012.
2012: February - Rejoins Cheltenham on a youth loan but he is recalled to St Andrew's after Boaz Myhill is injured. He finishes the campaign with 24 appearances for the Robins.
May 25: Called up to England's Euro 2012 squad after John Ruddy has to withdraw through injury.