DWIGHT McNeil is used to taking to the field at Turf Moor in the claret and blue of Burnley, but he will be hoping it is the white of England on his back at the end of March.

England Under-21s are currently top of Group Three and they will face Turkey U21 at the home of the Clarets as they look to secure qualification to Euro 2021.

McNeil, 20, thinks it’ll be strange playing for England at the home of his club side, but admits March 30 is a date he’s looking forward to.

“I’ll hopefully be involved again in March. That’s the aim. I want to play in these two games that are coming up,” the winger said of his international hopes, with England also facing Andorra in Stoke on March 26.

“The aim is to get into the squad and then play. To do it here would be a proud moment, representing my country at Turf Moor.

“It would be a strange one, but good, and I’m looking forward to it.”

McNeil made six appearances for England U20s, scoring one goal, before he was picked for Aidy Boothroyd’s U21 squad.

The midfielder now has three caps to his name and was even picked to train with the senior squad at St. George’s Park so manager Gareth Southgate could take a closer look.

“It would be a bit strange because it’s not your club, but you’re playing at the home of your club. Hopefully I can play and it’ll be good to see the lads again,” McNeil added.

“I’m looking to build on what I did last year. The group are doing well, they’ve won every game and if we keep doing that we’ll qualify for the Euros.

“You get more used to it and build on the experience every time you’re there. You talk to the lads more, which is good. The main thing is being a part of it.”