Fulham youngster Luke Harris has been called into the Wales squad for the Nations League games against Belgium on 22 September and Poland three days later.
The 17-year-old attacking midfielder has only made one senior appearance for Fulham, in the EFL Cup this season.
But Harris has caught the eye of Wales manager Rob Page, who signed a new four-year contract this week.
Wales are without injured midfielders Aaron Ramsey and Harry Wilson, plus goalkeeper Adam Davies.
Although Harris’ experience at senior level is limited, his record at age-group level is impressive.
The Jersey-born player debuted for Fulham Under-18s as a 15-year-old and last season established himself in the Premier League club’s Under-23s – scoring 13 goals in 17 league appearances.
“He (Harris) has been in the system now for a few years. He’s a talent and an exciting prospect, he’s doing really well at his club and he scores goals,” Page said.
“When you have someone with that talent – albeit that he’s just turned 17 years old – then I am not bothered about his age.
“I have shown that in the past with Rabbi (Matondo) and Joe Rodon and DJ (Dan James) and others I have worked with at under-21 level and the younger age groups.
“If I think they are good enough, they will come in and be part of the environment.
“For these two games, I think it’s a great opportunity for him to come in and get a taste of it, to experience it, and for us to have a look at him. We can see what we have seen at club level.”