Stuart Pearce is confident his England U21 side will not be subjected to racist abuse when they travel to Serbia.
The Young Lions will take in the second leg of their 2013 European Championship play-off tonight, looking to defend a narrow 1-0 advantage.
Dealing with the Serbian threat on the field is the priority, with it hoped that those in the stands will not steal the headlines for all of the wrong reasons.
Pearce believes there will be no repeat of the scenes which marred England's last meeting with Serbia, at the 2007 championships, when UEFA officials were forced into an impromptu anti-racism announcement after Nedum Onuoha was targeted by a pocket of supporters.
"That was some years ago and we have no fears in that respect," said Pearce.
"I believe that everything has moved on since then.
"My only concern is the match and making sure our players are prepared for the game and any eventuality that may occur during it.
"Anything else over and above that will be dealt with by the authorities and the referee, as it normally is on the night."
England head into the midweek tie looking to secure their safe passage to a fourth straight Euro finals, and Pearce is confident his side can get the job done.
He added: "We have got some experienced heads in the dressing room.
"I think they are mature enough to deal with the atmosphere they will face.
"Admittedly, they are only young but every time we have taken them into Europe, we think they have had a decent grounding at their club.
"This tie is far from finished and they'll make it very unpleasant for us but we will set the team up to win."