West Ham United youngster Sonny Perkins continues to show promising signs after scoring again for England U18s.

Perkins has excelled in recent months for the U23 squad and his latest efforts on the pitch are testament to his improvement this season.

So far the forward has bagged seven goals in the West Ham U23s and is beginning to show his worth to the club by getting a call up to the senior squad.

Since manager David Moyes gave Perkins his Premier League debut as a substitute in January, he has gone on to feature as a regular on the bench for the first team.

In recent days, the young talent has excelled for the England U18 squad, and even bagged a goal on Monday to help the Three Lions rescue a draw against Denmark.

Perkins has now scored three goals in seven matches for the national side, and he continues to show glimpses of a bright future at such a young age.

With lots of talent emerging from the Hammers’ youth academy, there is no question that the 18-year-old can go on to follow in the same footsteps as previous academy prospects.

In recent years the likes of Mark Noble, Declan Rice and Ben Johnson have become invaluable to the West Ham senior squad and it seems like the Hammers, and David Moyes especially, see lots of potential in his ability.

If Perkins can continue to perform on the pitch, there are no limits to how good he can be. With the right opportunities, Sonny Perkins’ future is bright and he could be an incredible talent for West Ham United in the years to come.