Callum Hudson-Odoi described "monkey" chants by Montenegro supporters as "unacceptable" and teammate Raheem Sterling has urged UEFA to take serious action to stop it happening again.
Gareth Southgate's side ran out 5-1 winners, but alleged racist abuse directed at England players towards the end of the Group A contest threatens to overshadow Monday's match, with Raheem Sterling appearing to react to the chants while celebrating the fifth goal.
Proceedings got feisty late on in Podgorica as Danny Rose was booked for a heavy challenge, and it was then that reporters in the stadium claimed abuse was aimed at the Tottenham full-back.
Chelsea forward Hudson-Odoi – making his first start for the Three Lions – confirmed he heard "monkey stuff" from the stands and the 18-year-old hopes robust action will be taken.
"I don't think discrimination should be anywhere, we are equal," Hudson-Odoi told beIN Sports.
"We have to play a fair game and enjoy the moment, but when you're hearing stuff like that from the fans, it's not right, it's unacceptable. Hopefully UEFA deal with it properly.
"When I went over there, me and Rose heard it, they were saying: 'oohh ah ah', monkey stuff. We have to keep our heads, have a strong mentality.
"Hopefully Rose is okay, and we'll have a chat about what happened, but he's got a strong mentality, he's a strong guy, and hopefully UEFA deal with it. It's not right at all.
"Raheem always helped, he's been talking to me about it, saying: 'listen, don't worry about it, it's football, people do it, it's not right, but you've got to stay strong'.
"I've spoken to him and Rose about it at the same time, and they said that in football you always get things like that, people will always be rude, say things you don't want to hear.
"Sometimes you've got to block it out of your heads, but it should not happen in football. It's unacceptable."
Sterling has urged UEFA to take "a proper stance" against racism by issuing Montenegro with a stadium ban.
"Yeah, it's got to be something that serious for them and make them think twice about ever doing something like that again.
"I can only, we can only, the FA can only do so much. We've got to leave this to the people in charge to make a proper stance on it.
"Just banning one or two people is not going to change anything, you've got to make [an example] – even if it was our fans, I'd be saying the same thing.
"The people in charge need to actually do it [punish] as a whole, the whole [of the] Montenegro fans. I don't know, I'm not the one who makes the rules, but they've got to do something that makes a real stance.
"It's 2019 now, I keep saying it. It's a shame to see this still going on. We can only bring awareness to the situation.
"It's now time for the people in charge to put a real stamp on it. You can fine someone, but what's that going to do?
"You've got to make it harder, you've got to punish the whole [group of] fans, [so] that [they] can't come to the ground.
"You've got to do something to really make them think twice, because if their team can't play with fans, it means it's going to be difficult for them, so it's got to be something to make them think twice about."