Brentford manager Mark Warburton will not consider, at this moment in time, pushing Moses Odubajo down the right wing.
The former Leyton Orient man was signed to play in the midfield but found himself in the full back position after Alan McCormack's injury at Bolton.
Although the Irishman is fit again, Odubajo has retained his place in the side and scored his second goal of the season against Millwall.
But the Bees boss is happy to keep the 21-year-old in his right back role in the remaining weeks of the season.
He said: “I think Moses spends more time in their half than in our half. Moses and Jota are an excellent combination.
“Moses plays so so high and I think that's a real positive. Will he play wide right? Probably not but he's done brilliantly so far this season.”
Odubajo could make his England U20 debut tonight at Barnet's The Hive stadium; his first international call-up and Warburton backed him to reach the Premier League.
He added: “I think Moses will go all the way to the Premier League. He's got the attributes and that sheer raw pace.
“I've got no doubts that Mo will play at the highest level. (England U20s boss) Aidy Boothroyd knows I've spoken glowingly of Moses all season.”
Alex Pritchard and Liam Moore are also set to play for England U21s and it leaves Warburton having to manage his squad more than he has done in recent weeks.
He said: “We've got Longy and Moses away with the U20s, Pritch and Liam Moore with the U21s and Stuart Dallas with Northern Ireland. It's a fantastic achievement by them.
“We're going to have to manage their loading as we've got a huge game next Friday against Fulham.”
Development Squad player Daniel O'Shaughnessy could be involved for Finland U21s.