Cauley Woodrow has made the final cut of England's U21 squad as they prepare for the European Championships in Poland, and now he must take his opportunity with both hands.
The 22-year-old found himself out on loan for the latter half of the season, signing for Burton along with Lasse Vigen Christensen as the side secured themselves a Championship spot for next season, something in itself which is a marvelous feat considering the size of the club.
He scored five goals in his time there, against Wolves, Norwich, Brentford, Nottingham Forest and Reading, which aren't bad teams to score against when you consider where the majority of them finished the campaign.
He's now got another chance to impress Slavisa Jokanovic as he heads out to the Euros with England, and he must take it in order to continue playing football at Craven Cottage.
For whatever reason, Jokanovic didn't fancy him this season, despite Chris Martin struggling and a lack of strikers at the club, but his spell away at Burton can't be discredited when the Serb plots for next season - he went to Burton to prove he could score goals in the Championship and that's exactly what he did.
Fulham need strikers next season, Martin is gone, Gohi Cyriac was never really used and the club can't really afford to spend big money on experienced goal scorers.
The stage is set for someone to fill a void, and Woodrow can now continue to prove he can be the man to play a part next season by firing England to Euro glory.
Alongside him in the England squad he has Tammy Abraham, Demarai Gray, Jacob Murphy and Nathan Redmond - all players who have proven in some sort of capacity that they're good strikers, and playing alongside these players who have Championship and Premier League experience will help Woodrow ahead of next season.
If he scores goals in the Euros, Jokanovic can't ignore his abilities and will have to give him a chance - the space is open in the Fulham side for Woodrow, he's young and he's scoring goals.
Even if Jokanovic isn't moved and wants to sell Woodrow on, the young striker still has to take this opportunity and do the exact same as he was doing at Burton - scoring goals.
Either way, a good Euro campaign will ensure that Woodrow can go into next season knowing he has staked a claim to be playing regular Championship football, week-in, week-out.
Hopefully it's in a Fulham shirt - I think he's good enough to play for the side and Fulham need a player like him as they look for promotion - he may not be their main striker but he will score the side goals and offer something different.
England face Sweden, Slovakia and Poland in their three group games at the tournament.