Wilfried Zaha set England Under-21s on their way to a 3-0 friendly victory over Romania at Adams Park.
Substitutes Jack Robinson and Nathan Delfouneso added second-half goals as Stuart Pearce's side secured a record eighth successive victory.
Zaha's first-half strike was his first for the Under-21s.
"I can't really explain it; I'm just happy to get that goal finally," said Zaha, who will join Manchester United in the summer.
The impressive Zaha's goal was a brilliant curling effort into the top corner after he had jinked past a number of defenders.
It put England on the road to victory in the first of two warm-up games in the space of five days ahead of the European Championships in Israel this summer.
Zaha, who has won one cap for the England senior side, told BBC Sport: "We've got a massive chance.
"The strikers can focus on scoring goals because we know at the back there are no goals being conceded. It's lots of fun; everyone's on my wavelength."
England made a poor start when Henri Lansbury, making his first Under-21 start in more than a year, went off injured in the second minute following a challenge with goalkeeper Laurentiu Branescu.
Raheem Sterling and Zaha tested Branescu before the latter's opener.
Jonjo Shelvey fired in a fine cross to the back post for Liverpool team-mate Robinson to volley in a second in the 64th minute.
Blackpool's Delfouneso, on loan from Aston Villa, wrapped up a comfortable win two minutes from time with a close-range strike.