Huddersfield Town left-back Jack Robinson will be hoping for another England Under 21 appearance against France on Monday after winning his 10th cap against Portugal.

The on-loan QPR player was a 79th-minute replacement for Everton's Luke Garbutt in the 3-1 friendly victory at Burnley's Turf Moor.

Danny Ings, playing on his home ground, scored twice and Carl Jenkinson, on loan to West Ham United from Arsenal, got the other for
Gareth Southgate's side.

Portugal are among England's group opponents (along with Sweden and Italy) at next summer's European Under 21 Championship finals in the Czech Republic.

Former Liverpool player Robinson, who has made 11 Town appearances and is on a season-long loan, is 21 but will remain eligible for the

Southgate's squad will now head to Brittany for the friendly against France while Robinson will be back with Town in time for next Saturday's home game against Sheffield Wednesday.