Tottenham's young goalkeeper Alfie Whiteman is among 23 of England's most promising stoppers who are to train at St. George’s Park in January for a dedicated training camp.

Over the course of four days, 23 of England’s young keepers will train with England Under-21 goalkeeping coach Martin Thomas and his U19s and U17s equivalent Simon Smith.

Meeting up on Monday 7 January, the younger batch of 11 players will arrive including the likes of Newcastle’s Freddie Woodman and Arsenal’s Ryan Huddart, who have both represented England at youth level this season.

Following their two day training camp, another 12 ‘keepers will arrive on Wednesday 9 January to undergo a similar schedule with Thomas and Smith.

The Squads 7-8 January: Jack Walton (Bolton Wanderers), Billy Twomey (Queens Park Rangers), Alfie Whiteman (Tottenham Hotspur), Joe Tupper (Chelsea), Luke Southwood (Reading), Lewis Ward (Reading), Sam Howes (West Ham United), Bradley Collins (Chelsea), Ryan Huddart (Arsenal), Freddie Woodman (Newcastle United), Dean Henderson (Manchester United).

9-10 January: Angus Gunn (Manchester City), Alex Palmer (West Bromwich Albion), Callum Burton (Shrewsbury Town), Dan Atkinson (Leeds United), Charlie Grainger (Leyton Orient), Ted Smith (Southend United), George Willis (Sheffield United), Luke Coddington (Middlesbrough), Cameron Dawson (Sheffield Wednesday), Jordan Pickford (Sunderland), Ben Garrett (Crewe Alexandra), John Sutherland (Manchester United).