The young midfielder, just 19, made his senior debut for the Three Lions off the bench late against Estonia last week before a 30-minute stint in Lithuania on Monday as England made it 1-0 out of 10 in Euro 2016 qualifying.
Kyle joined Dele in the line-up and started alongside Harry Kane. Andros Townsend made it four Spurs players in action when he came off the bench in the second half.
Dele’s performances at Spurs - he’s appeared in seven of eight Premier League games, starting four - earned the call into Roy Hodgson’s squad.
“Dele has been fantastic, a breath of fresh air,” said Kyle. “He’s a very exciting player, young but with both feet firmly on the ground, which is important.
“It was a massive learning curve for him in the right sense, getting a taste for it and hopefully he’ll be in the next squad. It’s going to be an exciting season for Tottenham and let's hope a good summer for England.”