Sam Johnstone is reportedly expected to start for England in their World Cup qualifier against Andorra.
The West Brom goalkeeper, who has impressed for the Baggies since joining them in 2018, would earn his third cap if selected.
Jordan Pickford looks set to be rested ahead of the match against Hungary, while Aaron Ramsdale's strong form for Arsenal since arriving from Sheffield United is unlikely to see him make his Three Lions debut against the tournament minnows, according to The Athletic.
Sam Johnstone is set to earn just his third England cap as the Three Lions face Andorra
The West Brom goalkeeper is expected to start ahead of Arsenal shot-stopper Aaron Ramsdale
Johnstone made his national team bow against Romania in June this year in a 1-0 pre-Euro 2020 friendly win, before keeping a second clean sheet under Gareth Southgate in a 4-0 victory over Andorra at Wembley last month.
Pickford's boss at Everton, Rafael Benitez, urged Southgate to only use his No 1 in one match during the international break following the 27-year-old's recovery from a shoulder injury that kept him out of the 3-0 Premier League loss to