SAINTS youngster Caleb Watts has been called up by Australia's under-23s for warm-up games ahead of this summer's Olympics.

The Olyroos are set to compete at the Games in Tokyo later this year.

Before that, Australia will face four friendlies in Marbella, against Republic of Ireland, Saudi Arabia, Romania and Mexico at Estadio Municipal.

England-born Watts, who qualifies to play for Australia through his father, is part of a 23-man group for the warm-up games, which includes fellow England-based players Jacob Chapman (Huddersfield), Tyrese Francois (Fulham), Jordan Holmes (Ebbsfleet), Jay Rich-Baghuelou (Crystal Palace), Con Ouzounidis (Everton) and Ashley Maynard-Brewer (Charlton).

In Tokyo, Graham Arnold's side are set to face Spain, Argentina and Egypt in the group stage.

Midfielder Watts, 19, made his senior Saints debut in January, starting in the 2-0 FA Cup win over Shrewsbury Town at St Mary's.

He has since gone on to make three substitute appearances in the Premier League.