Danny Welbeck is adamant that England can build on their 1-1 draw against Spain.
The Manchester United striker, who spent last season on loan at Sunderland, struck two minutes from time to earn Stuart Pearce's side a priceless point in their European Under-21 Championship opener in Herning.
The Young Lions fell behind to Ander Herrera's 14th-minute goal, which he netted with his hand from point-blank range.
And despite being outplayed for most of the game, Welbeck popped up two minutes from time to slot home.
He told Sky Sports 1: "In the first half they took control of the game but in the second half we got more into it and had more possession.
"We created a few good chances and maybe could have stuck a couple away. It was important to get the goal at the end - now we've got to build on it.
"We're raring to go."
Meanwhile, central defender Chris Smalling said: "They had a lot of the ball but didn't create too much.
"In the end I think we had the better chances. I think it was a deserved point.
"At half-time the manager (Stuart Pearce) said we need to go after them. We did and they started to give the ball away. We got better as the game went on but didn't start the game like that.
"When we started to assert ourselves we played more in their box."