England ace wants to keep on learning from squad's experienced figures.
England's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain feels that he can't fail to keep on improving within Roy Hodgson's Three Lions squad.
The Arsenal man was in impressive form in Moldova on Friday during a first-half performance which saw England 3-0 up by the break, and after travelling to the Euro Finals in the summer and regularly training with established stars for both club and country, Chamberlain admits that he's still taking it all in.
"It is brilliant for me, I'm learning from everyone that is here," said the former Southampton ace, who was still in England's U19 squad in May 2011 before progressing to the Under-21s after that.
"Obviously I'm the least experienced out of everyone so I watch them all in training and the way they do things. I try and take that into my own game.
"It is great having senior players around me like John Terry, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard, all giving you advice and helping you along the way, but I've always been quite a relaxed person when it comes to playing my own game.
"I'll try and be very hard working but when I get on the pitch, I try and rely on my ability and trust in myself and that's all I can do.
"I can listen to everyone and any advice or constructive criticism they have, just take it into account and try and make my game better."
His form and attitude in training certainly made an impression on Hodgson, but the Manager admitted after the game in Chisinau that despite Chamberlain's first-half performance, he felt his display after the break didn't quite live up to his normal standard and the player himself knows he has to keep on working hard on his development.
"It is nice the Manager put faith in me in Moldova but I know I'm no regular England starter at all," admitted Chamberlain.
"I've got to keep working very hard, day in and day out, to make sure I keep getting in that team. It is not going to be easy for me but I've got to make sure I work hard enough to make it happen."
"I don't get carried away or think I've made it or anything like that. I've got a long way to go, and I know that but I get given loads of good advice on all sorts of things, defensively, attacking, it's more team tactical advice that I'm given.
"But everyone says when I get in the attacking third 'just do your stuff' and that gives me the licence to know they are backing me and have confidence in me."
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