Harry Maguire is focused on League One action against Stevenage this weekend, after making his England U21 debut in midweek:
"The only thing on my mind is the next game," said the defender.
"Straight away (after England) I was looking at that. It's what I've been focusing and concentrating on. I take every single match as it comes."
The 19-year-old describes his rise to prominence as "a bit of a blur" but said: "The most important thing for me is being able to play football. That's how I am going to improve and how I am going to hopefully keep getting better.
"Less than two years back I was playing for the youth team and I didn't think things would happen this quickly.
"But, like I say, the only thing I'm interested in is football and actually being involved in games. That's how you get your experience."
On Saturday's clash, Maguire concluded: "Stevenage are a good team but they have changed a little bit since we came up against them (in the play-offs) last time.
"I thought we were really unlucky against Milton Keynes. We didn't deserve to lose that as far as I could see but we did and so we move on.
"The most important game is always the next one. That's what I think and so do the rest of the lads here."