Future looking bright for States says Carter-Vickers
Cameron Carter-Vickers has been called up to the USA senior squad for a friendly against Paraguay during the international break.
The 20-year-old, who is on loan at Town from Tottenham for the remainder of the season, has one cap for his country after coming on as a substitute against Portugal in November.
In 2014 Cameron caught the eye of US coaches while playing for Spurs’ Academy, and the Southend-born defender has gone on to represent the US at U18, U20, U23 and senior level.
“I was away with Spurs when I was 16 and we were playing the US U16 national team,” Cameron told the Club website.
“That’s how it started. I joined an U18 camp and have progressed through the levels from there.
“We have some good young players coming through and the future looks bright – we just need some time to develop.”
The US face Paraguay in Caray, North Carolina, on March 27.
Also away on international duty are Jonas Knudsen (Denmark), Bart Bialkowksi (Poland), Michael Crowe (Wales), Bersant Celina (Kosovo), Flynn Downes (England U19) and Kevin Bru (Mauritius). Tristan Nydam has been withdrawn from the England U19 squad because of injury.