Over the past couple of days England have named five squads across various levels ahead of the upcoming international break, with Arsenal having at least one player in each of them.
Bukayo Saka received his first call-up to the senior squad, where he was joined by Ainsley Maitland-Niles.
Eddie Nketiah and Reiss Nelson, meanwhile, were included in the latest England U21 squad, although there was no place for Joe Willock.
In the England U20 squad, strikers Folarin Balogun and Tyreece John-Jules made the cut, with Miguel Azeez selected for the U19s.
There were four Arsenal youngsters named in the U18 squad as Charlie Patino, Omari Hutchinson, Daniel Oyegoke and goalkeeper Hubert Graczyk were all called upon.
Arsenal have a history of producing academy graduates who have gone on to play for England – with the likes of Ashley Cole, Tony Adams and Jack Wilshere.
While not all of those called up at youth level will go on to play for Arsenal and England at senior level, their inclusions are indicative of the strength of the academy at present.
There is more to come as well, with 18-year-old midfielder Ben Cottrell surprisingly overlooked for the U19s on this occasion, while the likes of Zach Awe and Brooke Norton-Cuffy have represented the Three Lions at younger age levels.
For a while there weren’t any Arsenal representatives in the England senior squad, but that has now changed and there could be several more callups in the not too distant future.