Five Reading regulars had a busy 10 days of international action while the remaining stars while put through their paces in Berkshire.

From full international duty to youth football, all saw action around the world ahead of Saturday's trip to East London and Charlton Athletic.

Take a look at the round-up below.

Charlie Savage, Wales:

Savage joined the likes of Simon Church, Hal Robson-Kanu and Chris Gunter on the list of Wales internationals while on the books with Reading.

Still only 20, the midfielder impressed since making his move from Manchester United and was named in Rob Page's squad for a friendly with Gibraltar.

Starting at the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham, Savage gained an assist and walked off with the Man of the Match award on his debut, with Wales winning 4-0.

Originally due to return to Under-21 action this week, he was kept on with the senior squad and was an unused substitute in Cardiff as Wales beat Croatia 2-1 in Euro 2024 qualification.

Tyler Bindon, New Zealand:

Scoring Reading's last league goal in a 2-1 defeat at Leyton Orient, the 18-year-old defender had a trip to Spain to look forward to after being called up to the New Zealand squad for the first time.

A USA youth international, the teenager now has two caps for the All Whites after coming off the bench in a 1-1 draw against DR Congo and a 2-0 defeat to Australia.

Ben Elliott, Cameroon:

Still something of an unknown quantity, having started just three league matches, the 20-year-old is already the most-capped at senior level in the squad with three caps to his name.

Playing against Russia in Moscow and Senegal in France, the midfielder has been kept fit and will hope to force his way into a regular starting berth in Ruben Selles' league side.

Nelson Abbey, England Under-20:

Already a fan favourite, and captain, at just 20- the future is bright for Abbey.

Earning his first call-up for the Under-20s side after impressing in League One, the Academy graduate's only previous international experience was with the Under-17s.

Coming off the bench in a 2-0 defeat to Romania, he started in Milton Keynes against Portugal and made a late goal-line clearance- only for the visitors to snatch the win in the 94th minute.

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Dominic Ballard, England Under-19:

The Southampton loanee starred for the Young Lions in a trio of draws, to Montenegro, Wales and Austria, as the Under-19s failed to qualify for the European Championships.

Earning one assist and starting all three matches, the forward will hope to continue his fine form from before the break into league action.