Nathan Moriah-Welsh has been called up by the senior Guyana national side and could feature in his nation's World Cup qualifiers over the international break.
The 19-year-old has trained regularly with the first team this campaign and was named as a substitute in the weekend's Emirates FA Cup quarter-final with Southampton.
On Sunday, Moriah-Welsh traveled to the Caribbean to link up with the Guyana squad in the Dominican Republic which, due to quarantine restrictions, is hosting both of the Golden Jaguars’ two World Cup qualifiers for the upcoming 2022 competition in Qatar.
Guyana will first take on Trinidad & Tobago on Thursday 25th March at Estadio Panamericano in San Cristobal, then will remain in the Dominican Republic to do battle with the Bahamas on Tuesday 30th March at Estadio Olímpico Felix Sanchez in the capital city, Santo Domingo.
Making up Guyana's CONCACAF qualifying group are St Kitts & Nevis and Puerto Rico, though the Covid-19 situation means that Guyana haven't played a game since November 2019 when they drew 1-1 with Jamaica.
Guyana have yet to qualify for a World Cup finals, but in 2019 did make it to their first ever CONCACAF Gold Cup, where they picked up their first point during the group stage thanks to a 1-1 draw with upcoming opponents Trinidad & Tobago.
Born in London, Moriah-Welsh, who turned 19 last week, joined the Cherries in 2018 after being released by Reading, becoming a key performer for the under-18s and then the under-21s, also battling through serious injury as he looks to force his way further into the first-team picture with the Cherries.