He is in line for a third straight start in the Nations League clash against Iceland tonight after being the Three Lions’ best player in Sunday’s loss to Belgium.
Pundits such as Gary Lineker and Jamie Carragher have praised the Villa midfielder since his international debut in September.
And while Grealish is expected to feature at Wembley again, Hutton told Football Insider: “I’m lost for words to say about him, he takes it all in his stride. He plays the game as if he were playing in the park with his friends on a Saturday. afternoon.
“He’s so good to watch, his confidence is through the roof and he has the ability to match that confidence. On top of that, he’s down to earth – as a coed player that’s what you would want.
“So as long as he continues to do it for England and for Villa I still think he will be a mainstay for England, he’s doing absolutely brilliant right now. ”
Southgate praised Grealish for his performance in Belgium by confirming that the 25-year-old would give another platform to impress.
Southgate said: “He’s been so impressed with the way he’s been with the squad, with the roster, with taking tactical information into account and none of that is taken for granted.
“Getting into a new group of players, regardless of your quality, is not easy.
“He played with guys at the Under-21 level, but he did it extremely well and tonight was the best of three performances he’s had against top opponents, so really, like I said i’m really happy with him. He should be delighted. It is something to build on now. ”