Blackpool legend Jimmy Armfield has tipped winger Tom Ince to go on to win full international honours with England.
Ince's form for the Seasiders this season has seen him rewarded with a regular spot in Stuart Pearce's England Under-21 set-up.
His father Paul represented the Three Lions on 53 occasions and Armfield believes Ince junior's time with Pearce's squad will be vital to his development - continuing with Tuesday night's game against Northern Ireland in the familiar surroundings of Bloomfield Road.
"I'm a big believer that playing for the Under-21s gives you good grounding for your career," Armfield told BBC Sport. "Tom will need that if he's to follow in Paul's footsteps.
"Playing international football is a nice distraction to have from the domestic campaign. Stuart Pearce has done reasonably well in charge of the Under-21s and I'm sure Tom will be looking forward to working with him and the team of Football Association coaches."
He added: "Sometimes it's nice to hear a different voice in training or practice with players from other clubs, as you can learn so much."