The Burundi-born striker admits his career is a dream and he owes England everything.
He said: "It's a massive thing, England as a country has given me a second chance in life. They've helped me and my family, we're living well now and we're in good health living comfortably.
"So getting called up to play for England is a big honour for me as, 10 years ago, I wasn't even thinking about playing in a professional team and getting called up for England.
"I still remember the first game I played for the Under 16s in the Victory Shield. It was just amazing, I couldn't believe I was there.
"Now we play at Wolves and we have to win that game to make sure we go to the Euros next summer.
"It's a big game."
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