Poland striker Robert Lewandowski feels England did not deserve a win after they were held to a 1-1 draw in Warsaw in Wednesday's World Cup qualifier.
Wayne Rooney put the Three Lions in front in the first half but Karim Glik's equaliser meant the Poles earned a share of the spoils.
Lewandowski does not believe England were the better side and feels Poland could beat them in the reverse Group H fixture at Wembley next year.
He said after the match: "We knew very well how they could play. We tried to be very careful and I think it looked good.
"We wanted to win and did everything to do it.
"For sure our draw was no accident. But honestly we had no very clear scoring chance.
"In my opinion England were no better as a team and definitely did not deserve to win.
"I believe that at last we will be able to beat them at Wembley next year."
The Borussia Dortmund frontman believes the clash was similar to his club's recent game with Manchester City, which ended in the same scoreline.
"Today's game looked quite similar to the recent Champions League clash with Man City - very physical but a fair fight, with no brutal tricks," he added.
"I know that when I have the attention of two defenders, I can in this way give more space for my team-mates, to create goal scoring opportunities."