New Professional Footballers' Association chairman Ritchie Humphreys believes the organisation will play a key role in Greg Dyke's FA Commission.
Dyke, chairman of the FA, has formed a commission which will attempt to improve the development of young players in this country in a bid to aid the England team.
The PFA are among the organisations involved in the new set-up, which also includes the League Managers' Association, the Football League and former managers Glenn Hoddle and Dario Gradi.
Humphreys is glad the PFA will play their part and has backed the commission to have a positive impact on the English game.
"We can have people from different parts of the industry all chipping in and find that common ground as we want the English national team to do well," he told Sky Sports News.
"We want to qualify for tournaments, we want to do well in tournaments, we want to win a tournament, so it might be a long process.
"I think having people from different sides of the industry, the PFA being one, it can only be a positive step."