Andy Carroll is adamant England will not adopt a cautious approach against Ukraine and will go out for a win in their final group game.
England face the Euro 2012 co-hosts in the Donbass Arena in Donetsk on Tuesday and know a point will be enough to secure qualification for the quarter-finals.
However, following the thrilling 3-2 success over Sweden on Friday, striker Carroll is determined to ensure England are positive against Ukraine.
Carroll said: "We think we can finish the job against Ukraine. We are confident.
"We showed what we are about against Sweden after going behind and have put ourselves in with a good chance of qualifying. Things are in our hands.
"We will just need a point on Tuesday but we will go there and try and get the win. That's the way we are and approach games."
Carroll scored the opening goal against Sweden and is vying with Danny Welbeck for the right to start alongside the returning Wayne Rooney against Ukraine.
However, despite the intense competition for places in the team, the Liverpool forward has praised the spirit within the squad.
He said: "We've got a great team spirit going on. We are really close.
"Back at the camp, we all stick together, we are all good friends and have a laugh and a joke. That is a key really."