England Manager wants his side to prolong the euphoria created by London 2012
Roy Hodgson's has urged England's footballers to continue the feel good factor of the nation brought upon by the Olympic Games.
England tackle Ukraine in tomorrow evening's World Cup qualifier at Wembley Stadium and 15 Team GB medallists will be presented to the crowd at half-time.
Hodgson said: "They have been such a success for the nation. It is terrific they can come and be paraded at the game tomorrow.
"It is nice for us to see the British people are still prepared to get behind their athletes.
"We as a sporting nation have profited enormously from the Olympic Games.
"It is important now that, in our individual sports, we try to keep some of that spirit going and try to tap in to what is a great interest in the English public in top level sport."
Hodgson is looking for England to put on a memorable show in front of a large crowd.
He said: "We will have 70,000 there tomorrow on a Tuesday night after a summer where people have spent a lot to watch the Olympics.
"It adds to the pressure, the fact we know so many people want us to do well, and it does tighten people up a bit.
"At times that can be a good thing as well because it means there is no question about not having the bright focus and the right attitude towards the game.
"That is important as a coach, knowing the players want it very badly and are focused on their task."
Tickets for the Ukraine match at Wembley on Tuesday are still on sale, and a family of four can come along for a bargain price of £60