CHERRIES youngster Billy Terrell has been selected to take part in an England goalkeeping development camp.

18-year-old Terrell, who signed his first professional deal with the club this summer, will link up with former Cherries goalkeeping coaches Neil Moss and Anthony White.

He will spend four days at the training base of St George’s Park between Sunday, August 7 until Wednesday, August 10.

Ex-AFCB and current England international Aaron Ramsdale is another goalkeeper to have been selected for the camp in the past, as well as fellow current England star, Jordan Pickford.

Terrell has been with Cherries since the age of 15, joining from hometown club Southampton. Prior to his stint with Saints, he had started his career with their Hampshire rivals, Portsmouth.

In an interview with the club’s website, the goalkeeper shared: “I’m delighted and it was a pleasant surprise. The development camp will give everybody a chance to showcase their skills.

“Neil Moss and Ant White are both great coaches which is why they are with England now. They both helped me a lot since I came here as a 15-year-old.

“When I went up with them, they matured me very quickly and I am looking forward to working with them again.”