James Milner insists there is more to come from Roy Hodgson's England at Euro 2012 after another hard-fought friendly win.
England beat Belgium 1-0 at Wembley on Saturday after also securing a one-goal victory in Oslo against Norway the previous weekend.
Hodgson appears set to make England hard to beat ahead of their clash with France at the European Championship on June 11th in Ukraine.
Milner has been a big part of that as the only player to play every minute of the new England manager's first two games in charge.
But the 26-year-old Manchester City midfielder is not taking his place against France for granted.
"That's the manager's decision and hopefully I'm in the team," said Milner, who also shrugged off suggestions that the manner of the team's win was less than convincing.
"We haven't been together for too long with the new manager, so we're still working on things in training.
"We're all learning the way that the manager wants us to play, and the more we play together and train together over these next days before that first game, the better we'll get and the more compact we'll be, and we'll put the ideas of the manager into practice.
"We can improve with the ball but I think that'll come with time together.
"So, I think it's a positive start to get two wins from two tough games going into the tournament and we'll go into the first game against a strong team in confident mood."
England may be confident but players continue to suffer injury problems in an awkward build-up to the Euros.
With John Ruddy, Gareth Barry and Frank Lampard already having withdrawn from the squad, there could be more problems for Hodgson as Gary Cahill and John Terry emerged as doubts.
Cahill was forced to undergo an x-ray on a facial injury after Dries Mertens' unnecessary push saw him collide with Joe Hart at the weekend, while Terry suffered a hamstring strain.
"We've had a few niggles and it just seems to be that bad luck that we're having at the moment," added Milner.
"The disappointing one was Gaz Cahill.
"The lad pushed him, didn't really need to do it. I don't think he meant to injure him.
"I think he was going for the ball and just tried to maybe get away with one and nick a goal and gave him a little shove."
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