Croydon-born Emile Smith Rowe has received his first call-up to the England senior men's squad.

The 21-year-old Arsenal forward arrived at St. George’s Park on Monday having initially been scheduled to join the MU21s in Burnley. 

He's been called for the World Cup qualifiers with Albania and San Marino.

Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw, Mason Mount and James Ward-Prowse have not reported for international duty.

Ward-Prowse is ill and Rashford is focusing on his fitness after a shoulder injury.

Mount's arrival has been delayed by dental surgery.

Defender Shaw is following concussion protocol after being replaced during last Saturday's Manchester derby.

Smith Rowe originates from Thornton Heath and relocated to north London with his parents and brother when he was signed by Arsenal.

He plays as an attacking midfielder or winger for the Premier League club.

Smith Rowe played for Bromley-based Glebe FC as a youngster.

England's first qualifier is on Friday, November 12 at 7.45pm against Albania.

The second match against San Marino is on Monday, November 15 at 7.45pm.