Wayne Rooney says he isn't worried who scores for England.
Wayne Rooney insists it does not matter who scores the goals that fire England to the knock-out stages in South Africa.
The 24-year-old striker scored a remarkable nine goals for The Three Lions in World Cup qualifying and 34 last season for Manchester United.
He's now desperate to score his first World Cup goal against Algeria in Cape Town on Friday, but knows he can stay patient when he is playing alongside the likes of Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.
"We have got players who can score goals all over the pitch," he said. "I know that for us to do well I need to play better and score goals, but as long as we score, I'm happy.
"If I'm not scoring, I will keep working until I do so. I don't really worry about it."
England got their Group C challenge off to a solid start with a 1-1 draw against the USA in Rustenburg after a hard fought encounter last weekend and Rooney insists he has not yet seen a team at the tournament that he believes Fabio Capello's squad should have any reason to fear.
"International football is now a lot more difficult than it was four years ago," he added. "All the teams have got better and every game is tight.
"We are confident that we can do well and I'm sure we will qualify from this group.
"I thought Germany looked good and I was impressed by the Ivory Coast discipline, but there has been no stand out team."You can watch video of Rooney's press conference now by clicking the icon on the right.