Blues midfielder captained England's U20s to a 2-0 win over Germany
Trevoh Chalobah says that captaining England is a 'privilege' having skippered Paul Simpson's U20 side to a 2-0 victory against Germany last night.
The Chelsea loanee played the full 90 minutes at Colchester United's Jobserve Community Stadium while fellow Blues, Andre Dozzell & Flynn Downes also played a part.
"It was a good win for the boys against a good German side," Trevoh told the Club website.
"The first-half wasn't up to our standard but in the second-half we came out strong.
"It's a privilege for me to be captain. I have been since U16s and through all the levels & I think I'm improving as one.
"My family were there and it's always nice. They've been to all my home games with Ipswich so it's good to have them with me.
Now the international break is over, the Town midfielder's attention now turns to Friday night's visit of West Bromwich Albion to Portman Road.
"It's been a good week [with England]. We've been training all week leading up to the game but now I'll go back to Ipswich & get ready for Friday," he added.
"I'm feeling better than ever and I'm ready for a tough game but hopefully we'll get the three points."