He will be looking to impress England boss Gareth Southgate this week and could make his debut in the upcoming Nations League matches against Croatia and Spain. He opted to join Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2017, the German club paying out £8m for him.
Even as a kid he always loved football, and he invariably wanted to play for a big premier league team.
"Christian Pulisic is another young guy, and I learn from him". It's a dream come true, Sancho added.
"I can't just go down the road and see my friends, but it's what I want to do long-term: to be a professional footballer You have to do what you have to do to make myself and my family happy". Obviously they were delighted for me and I couldn't stop smiling the whole day, Sancho told Sky Sports during his first England press conference.
Speaking on The Debate, Rosenior believes Sancho's success has to act as an inspiration for more youngsters to experience the benefits of being taken out of their comfort zone.
Sancho admitted he could not stop smiling after receiving the call during training this week, but believes the pressure will not get to him.
Sancho playing for the young Manchester City side.
They sang for periods of the game as England played their first-ever match behind closed doors, and Dier revealed their support did not go unnoticed.
I was at training when I first got the call-up and straight away I called my parents. "I don't know what to say to that", he said, smiling.
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While the game at Stadion HNK Rijeka was played in an empty ground due to a UEFA sanction against the hosts, a group of England fans managed to find a vantage point on a hillside to watch proceedings.
"The growth in England at the moment is insane", added Sancho.
Croatia's first fixture back on home soil after reaching the World Cup final should be a homecoming for heroes who defied the odds to carry a nation of just four million to the biggest game in football. He tells me to do my thing.
Sancho remains unfazed by the hype building around him, which has led to his transfer value skyrocketing to £100 million.
Sancho could soon be the most expensive Englishman of all time.
"That's. I don't know".
"I didn't really want to leave at the time, but if your club really needs you, I'll be happy because the manager wants me to play".
For now, his focus is on worldwide matters.
Sancho's Bundesliga performances have seen a £100million price tag put on him but he joked: 'That's mad!