Fabio Capello is looking forward to working with the youthful squad he has named to face Germany.
The England boss sprung a surprise on Saturday night by naming Chelsea youngster Michael Mancienne, who is currently on loan at Wolves, in his senior squad.
Tottenham's Darren Bent has also seen his fine form of late rewarded with an international recall, while the Aston Villa trio of Gabriel Agbonlahor, Ashley Young and Curtis Davies also make the grade.
Capello's plans ahead of the glamour friendly with Germany in Berlin next Wednesday have been hindered by a spate of injuries and the Italian is also wary of introducing too many fresh faces into his starting XI.
After four consecutive victories in 2010 World Cup qualifying the former AC Milan and Real Madrid coach admits that, while keen to experiment, he will not be implementing sweeping changes when the Three Lions come up against familiar foes next week.
"It is dangerous to put too many new players into a team that has trained a lot together," said Capello.
"It is best when you put one or maximum two in. I just want to know them better, which I will do during the camp.
"I want to study what they do in training, then I will decide."
While much of the hype surrounding the announcement has focused around Mancienne's inclusion, there are some familiar faces that have failed to make the cut.
David Beckham has paid the price for his lack of action since the end of the MLS season, while Capello is yet to deem Michael Owen fit enough for international duty.
"It is not enough to play one or two games," he added.
"You cannot find enough form to play an international match in that time."
Meanwhile, Capello also admitted that he has been tracking Spurs striker Bent for some time and will have no qualms in handing the 24-year-old his first England outing for almost 12 months should he be required.
"We have followed Bent over the last year and he has scored a lot of goals recently," said Capello.
"We need a player for that role because we don't have (Emile) Heskey.
"He is young, fast and has good movement without the ball. He runs into space, which is very important.
"It is important that Tottenham have won a lot of games because it helps Bent's confidence. That makes me happy."