Declan Rice joined up with the full England squad for the first time on Monday
The Hammers youngster trained with England for the first time on Tuesday at St George's Park
The 20-year-old could make his England debut against Czech Republic at Wembley on Friday
Rice is eligible for England after switching international allegiance earlier this month
The Irons No41 was his usual self in training with the national team
The versatile West Ham United player has been praised by England manager Gareth Southgate
Rice will face competition from Eric Dier for a starting place in the England midfield
After training, Rice joined Jordan Pickford in meeting young supporters
Declan Rice trained with the full England squad for the first time on Tuesday.
The 20-year-old West Ham United midfielder arrived at St George's Park on Monday before joining the other members of Gareth Southgate's squad on the training pitch.
Rice could make his senior debut at Wembley on Friday evening, when the Three Lions host Czech Republic in their opening UEFA Euro 2020 qualification match.