West Ham United Academy player Jahmal Hector-Ingram notched his second goal in as many games for England U16 as they saw off Belgium in the final game of the UEFA Development Tournament at St George's Park.
After bouncing back from defeat to Spain by beating Denmark, the Young Lions ended their campaign with a hard fought 3-2 victory over Belgium.
Hector-Ingram made it 2-0 shortly before half time, before being withdrawn at the break and watching on as the visitors halved the deficit through Ismail Azzaoui.
Kaylen Hinds, who opened the scoring for England, then restored the two-goal buffer, before Belgium's Christophe Janssens ensured a nervy finale.
England held on to ensure they would end the tournament in encouraging fashion.