Roy Hodgson does not appear to have any injury worries ahead of England's concluding World Cup qualifier against Poland at Wembley on Tuesday evening.
Needing a victory to clinch their participation in the 2014 Finals in Brazil, the entire 22-strong England squad was present and correct when they arrived at London Colney to undergo some light training on Monday morning.
England require three points against Poland in order to guarantee top spot in Group H, with their closest rivals Ukraine clear favourites to beat San Marino in their final match the same night.
A win for Ukraine - against a team who have lost all nine group games so far - would mean anything less than a victory for England would relegate Hodgson's men into second place.
A draw or defeat would most probably leave England having to win a two-legged play-off match next month to book their spot in Brazil.
And ex-Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour believes England's best chance of beating Poland and earning an automatic berth in next year's Finals is to continue where they left off against Montenegro on Friday and play the same attacking style which earned them a 4-1 triumph.
Speaking to Sky Sports News reporter Nick Collins, Parlour said: "It's all about how they start, the tempo and pace of the game.
"They created lots of chances the other night. They need to play a similar sort of way, attacking football, then I don't think there will be a problem."
And Parlour also believes that Andros Townsend, who enjoyed an excellent debut against Montenegro - scoring one goal and creating another - should start against the Poles.
Parlour added: "He deserves to play. He scored a great goal and was always a threat on the right-hand side.
"He delivered good crosses into the box although Hodgson could take the safety option - by picking James Milner - but after that performance it is difficult to leave him out."
England cannot name an unchanged side because right-back Kyle Walker picked up a yellow card and is suspended.
Parlour went on: "Phil Jones is the likely replacement, maybe Chris Smalling, but Jones is more defensive-minded and with Leighton Baines (the other full-back) an attacking player Jones would have to cover the centre-halves. And he's never let England down before."
Parlour also feels that the manager must make a decision whether to use the big game experience of Frank Lampard in midfield or opt for Jack Wilshere or Michael Carrick - both of whom were second half substitutes against Montenegro.
Parlour pointed out: "It's a big decision for Roy. This is where the one real change could take place.
"Frank looked a little bit leggy when he came off after 65 minutes. Carrick keeps it ticking over. He keeps it simple, doesn't give the ball away and that's so important at this level.
"You can't always chase the ball, you have to keep it and Michael Carrick can do that.
"But it's a big decision for the manager - Wilshere, Carrick or stick with Lampard."
England will hope they banish the fading memories of failing to beat Poland at Wembley and miss out on the 1974 World Cup finals.
That particular match ended 1-1 and by the time the 40th anniversary arrives on Thursday of this week, Hodgson will hope he is already checking out his flight times for Rio next summer.
Watch Hodgson's and skipper Steven Gerrard at Monday's press conference, live on Sky Sports News at approximately 1.30pm.