Watford's Richarlison has had a fairytale start to his time in England, and it could get even better with suggestions he's in line for a debut Brazil call-up.

The 20-year-old has been in scintilating form for Marco Silva's men, with three goals in his first seven Premier League games, and has already become a fans' favourite at Vicarage Road.

Richarlison has the same number of goals for his country's Under-20 side, from 10 games, but with the senior squad visiting England for a friendly on November 14, Brazilian media is reporting the young winger is being considered by coach Tite for selection.

Goal Brazil states: "With qualification assured for the 2018 World Cup, the Brazilian national team is now thinking about friendly matches in preparation for the championships. 

"Coach Tite still plans to try out some new players before deciding on his squad for the competition. According to journalist Luciano Calheiros, presenter of FOX Sports channels, former Fluminense forward Richarlison is under consideration.

"Playing for Watford in England, the youngster could get a chance in the friendlies against Japan and England."