Newcastle United striker Callum Wilson has been recalled to the England squad by manager Gareth Southgate for their final two Euro 2024 qualifiers.
Wilson, 31, has scored seven Premier League goals this season, but sustained a hamstring injury as Newcastle lost at Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday.
England play Malta on 17 November and North Macedonia on 20 November.
Chelsea forward Raheem Sterling is left out of a fifth successive squad.
Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins retains his place after his first inclusion since March 2022 for the October international matches, while Jordan Henderson, who joined Saudi Arabian side Al-Ettifaq from Liverpool in July, also keeps his spot.
Southgate said during his news conference on Thursday the door was "100% open" for 28-year-old Sterling and other players who have not been chosen.
"We don't need to know about his quality, his personality. He is a crucial part of why we've had the journey we've had over the last few years," said the England boss.
"I can only repeat what I have said in the meetings, we're playing exceptionally well and who can I leave out?"
More to follow.