England Under-21 midfielder Josh Onomah believes he has taken his game to the next level.

The 20-year-old is preparing for the Young Lions' Euro 2019 qualifier in Andorra on Tuesday after scoring a brilliant strike against Scotland.

It set England up for a 3-1 victory in Middlesbrough on Friday and was Onomah's third goal for club and country after he joined Aston Villa on a season-long loan from Tottenham.

Aidy Boothroyd's side are top of Group Four after three games and Onomah is eager to continue his form.

"Going to Villa is making a huge impact on my performance when I am with my country," he said.

"Goal are something I have been working on - this season and in my career, scoring more goals, as many as possible. You know those types of goals go in one out of 10 times.

"I am scoring goals, it is going well, and I have just got to keep up the positive momentum. You never know what I can achieve this season.

"It has definitely been important to get the loan move and to get minutes this season. I feel a lot fitter and stronger. I feel like I am always learning at my club from my staff and the players around me."

England could take control of the group with second-placed Ukraine also hosting Holland on Tuesday and boss Boothroyd wants them to maintain their momentum.

Boothroyd said: "It was as tough as I expected it to be. We could have played better - particularly in the second half - but overall I was really pleased with the result and we have to see if we can build on the result in Andorra."