Lewis Dunk has kept his place in the England squad.

Boss Gareth Southgate has kept faith with Albion's central defender for the forthcoming Wembley double-header against the US in a friendly and Croatia in the UEFA Nations League.

Dunk was called up for the first time for the games against Crotia and Spain last month as replacement for Burnley's injured James Tarkowski.

Southgate watched Dunk score before making a mistake for Everton's third goal in last Saturday's 3-1 defeat at Goodison Park.

Dunk is in the squad with Everton's recalled Michael Keane, former Albion loan target Joe Gomez and John Stones.

There is no place for Tarkowksi and Harry Maguire is ruled out by a knee injury sustained at Cardiff last Saturday which may also affect his participation in Leicester's visit to the amex later this month.

Dunk will be working under a familiar face within Southgate's staff.

Albion first team coach Paul Nevin received an invitation for the US and Croatia games last month as part of an inclusion programme for BAME (Black Asian Minority Ethnic) coaches.

The US match honours Wayne Rooney, who has been brought out of international retirement by Southgate to win his 120th and final cap.