Wayne Rooney admits Poland will pose a different test for England in next week's World Cup qualifier in Warsaw.
Manchester United ace Rooney captained England to a comfortable 5-0 win over San Marino on Friday night to lift them to the top of Group H.
Rooney, who scored twice against San Marino to move fifth on all-time leading England goalscorers, is wary of the threat posed by Poland on their home turf.
"Yeah it will be [a different game against Poland]. "We got three points here move on from this game and prepare ourselves as best we can for Tuesday," Rooney told Sky Sports News.
"We know it will be a difficult game they are a good counter attacking team, so hopefully we will go there with the same attitude and hopefully we can get a good result.
Danny Welbeck, who also scored twice in the win over San Marino, is hoping to keep his place in the side alongside Rooney against Poland.
"I am used to playing with Wazza [Wayne] up front and once we get into positions in around the box we know different styles of combinations to play so I am just really relishing the chance of playing with him," noted Welbeck.