John Terry dismisses reports of unrest in the England camp.
John Terry insists that England’s players are fully behind Fabio Capello and has promised his country’s fans they will see a different side when the Three Lions face Slovenia on Wednesday.
Friday’s 0-0 draw with Algeria leaves England needing to beat Slovenia if they are to make the World Cup’s last 16.
And Chelsea centre-back Terry is confident England will improve and has rubbished reports that the squad is no longer unified behind Capello.
“I am here on behalf of the players and we are all fully behind the manager,” said Terry who, along with the rest of the squad, will meet Capello on Sunday evening to discuss how to improve on their Cape Town showing.
“We need to be unified, stay together and get the win against Slovenia. The game against Algeria wasn’t acceptable, but we go into our last game knowing a win would see us top the group and that is what is keeping us going.
“In 1990 England drew their first two games and still reached the semi-final – the players have good memories of that.
“And I’m sure that on Wednesday everyone will have that fire in their bellies and we will hopefully get that three points.”Watch video highlights of the press conference now by clicking the link on the right.