We are now in the international break, and England are preparing to take on Ukraine and Scotland in the coming days – and Manchester City star Kyle Walker appears to have located his shooting boots.

Gareth Southgate is looking to record two more wins.

England are in a commanding position in their Euro qualifying group having won all four of their games so far.

England have scored 15 goals in qualifying up to now, conceding just the one.

England’s game against Ukraine is another qualifier, but the game with Scotland is just a friendly, although Southgate will see that game as anything but.

England have been providing fans of club football with content in recent days, and this morning a very impressive clip featuring Walker was dropped.

Kyle Walker leaves Harry Kane and James Maddison stunned with rocket of a finish in England training

It is unclear what kind of drill it is, but England have released a clip of Walker scoring with an absolute thunderbolt of a finish. It can be seen over at the official England and Man City Instagram accounts.

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The 33-year-old shifts the ball to his right, and then unleashes a strike right into the very top corner past Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale.

The ball rises all the way and the technique from Walker is just incredible.

The unstoppable shot from Walker got a nice reaction from those present.

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder James Maddison can be seen with his arms outstretched.

And Bayern Munich superstar Harry Kane gives Walker the applause he deserved in the moment.

Walker – who is signing new contract with City – then slowly walks backwards, cool as anything.

Walker has that in the locker

What a hit this is from Walker.

This is something that he does have in his locker.

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Every now and then for City we do seem him wind up long shots that he puts plenty of power into.

It’s a further suggestion that Walker really is just an insanely complete full-back.

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