International Watch: Wolverhampton Wanderers
Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers are the team in BT Sport's spotlight once again this week after two of their star players earned their first caps for their national teams.
Nigeria coach Sunday Oliseh persuaded young starlet Dominic Iorfa to follow in his father's - also Dominic Iorfa - footsteps despite being born in Southend-on-Sea and representing the country of his birth at various youth levels including a couple of appearances for Gareth Southgate's England U-21 team.
Oliseh was understandably delighted that such a promising talent has stuck close to his father's roots and turned down the obvious appeal of a squad like England's.
"Dominic has made the right choice. I'm sure his father had a word in his ear, so I guess I'll have to make that up to him at some point!
He's a young lad and a brilliant player for his age. He's twenty. He's got his whole career ahead of him and he's going to benefit heaps from having this international experience at this age."
Iorfa himself showed respect to the English system that trained him up but has agreed with Oliseh that this is the right thing to do for his career.
"I owe so much to England and the way I've been trained by all the coaches that I've worked with. I would have loved to play for England if the timing was right, but I'm honoured that Sunday offered me the chance to play for Nigeria.
I really want this to spur me on so I can really live up to the expectations that people have of me at Wolves as well as with Nigeria."
Iorfa started the game at right back and had a fairly solid debut against Chad in Nigeria's African Cup of Nations Qualifier before being subbed off just past the hour mark.
Also making his international debut this week was Wolves' star striker Benik Afobe. Like his club team-mate Iorfa, Afobe was born in London and represented England up to Under-21 level.
Making a total of thirty-eight appearances at various youth levels, Afobe had a prolific record, hitting the back of the net on 23 occasions.
But at the age of 22, the Leyton-born striker decided to accept an offer Florent Ibengé's offer to join up with DR Congo squad in their African Cup of Nations qualifying campaign.
Afobe will be delighted with his first performance at senior level for an international side as he made an instant impact, netting Congo's second goal in a 4-0 thrashing of Central African Republic before being replaced late on.
Wolves boss Kenny Jackett has had his say on the massive week for these two players and has praised them for their respective decisions to play for a 'weaker' side than England.
"I think it's brilliant news in terms of their development. Benik and Dominic are obviously two great talents that I'm sure Roy Hodgson will be kicking himself over missing out on.
These teams, they're obviously weaker than England. No disrespect is meant by that. Nigeria have a good history and Congo have got some good players in their squad too. These are two of the better African footballing nations at the moment in my opinion and it's really going to help both of our boys to be able to play for them.
I hope they'll continue to get selected but of course there is that fear that they could pick up injuries. I'm more than happy for them to go away with their country though because I'm so confident of the benefits international football will bring."