England goalkeeper Jack Butland insists the squad will not be affected by their lengthy commute from Poland to Ukraine.
Roy Hodgson's men are based in Krakow in Poland but play all three group games in Ukraine and that has meant a lot of travelling between matches.
But Birmingham City keeper Butland, who was drafted in as third-choice between the posts when John Ruddy pulled out through injury, believes it is all part of a footballer's life.
He told Sky Sports News: "It's tough to travel but all the lads are used to it back home with their clubs.
"It's not out of the ordinary so I don't think it's a struggle. It's just something we've got to do and all the lads are fine with it."
Euro 2012 is quite an experience for the England Under-21 international as his senior career is limited to 24 league appearances with League Two Cheltenham Town.
And he is under no illusions about the fact that he is in the squad to deputise for England No.1 Joe Hart rather than challenge for his position.
"Joe is a great keeper," added Butland. "He's one of the best in the world. His performances have been incredible all season for Manchester City and they have been for England as well.
"The whole team put in a very solid performance against a good French side and to start off with a point against a team like that is a very good achievement."
Asked if we can expect a more attacking England against Sweden on Friday, Butland said: "I think what you can expect is that we are very strong defensively and we have been for the time that Roy Hodgson has been in charge.
"And we've got incredible attacking players as well. So we'll be strong defensively but we'll look to score goals as well."
Ruddy was not the only goalkeeper to withdraw from England duty this summer. Coach Ray Clemence suffered an Achilles injury this week and has flown back to England.
Butland added: "We've still got Dave Watson so we've still got a goalkeeping coach. But it's horrible that Ray has had to go home.
"He's a great influence around the camp and he'll be gutted. But he's been great in the time he's been around and I'm sure he'll be supporting."