Date:Wednesday September 6 2006
Mark Little completed 45 minutes for England U19's last night against Holland at the Bescott Stadium, and earned the praise of coach Brian Eastick.
'Brian came up to me after the game and said 'Well done'. Mark told the clubs official site
'He told me that I'd got my defensive distances right. We had been working on that in training and it helped me to keep their winger quiet.
'It was good for me to play and train in the company of such talented players - people like Lee Cattermole who has played several times for Middlesbrough in the Premier League.
'It's all good experience to help along my club football career here at Molineux.'
There are high hopes that Mark will eventually eclipse the achievments of Wolves old boy Joleon Lescott.
If he can maintain his international progress, it looks like there is every chance he will achieve this.
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