The in-form striker - now top-scorer in the Premier League on 21 goals - is one of five players called into Roy Hodgson’s England squad for the high-profile friendlies against Germany in Berlin on Saturday and the Netherlands back at Wembley on Tuesday.
Harry, three goals in eight senior caps so far, is joined by Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Kyle Walker and Danny Rose. Full-back Danny is the only player of the quintet yet to be capped at senior level.
“It shows how well we’re doing this season with a lot of young, English lads in the squad and playing regularly,” said Harry. “That’s important.
“We’re playing against two of the top teams in the world this time around in Germany and Holland and that will only help us as players. It will be a great experience."