The 22-year-old, who has bagged four goals in his last six games, insists he wants to become an international regular.
"To play for the full international side has always been my dream," he said.
"Not just playing for them, but going up there and staying with the senior team.
"It’s not about getting one cap, it’s about being part of it for as long as you can.
"That’s obviously the future dream. I’ll stay grounded and work as hard as I can every day on the training ground.
"It’s your form for your club that opens doors. Saido (Berahino) has done extremely well and deserved his chance.
"Hopefully one day in the future that can be me. It’s massive for the country that there are a lot of young English strikers coming through and it’s very promising."