James Milner still confident of collecting four wins to qualify for the World Cup
James Milner is confident that England can still top Group H and qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The Three Lions remain in second place behind Montenegro following the 1-1 draw in Podgorica earlier this week, sitting two points behind the leaders.
But with four games to go for Roy Hodgson's men, including three of those at Wembley, Milner believes England can still take advantage of their situation.
Milner said: "Hopefully we can win our remaining games and qualify. It's still in our hands and it's not a problem.
"The return match (with Montenegro) will be a tough game but a completely different atmosphere. We're at home, in familiar surroundings and it's Wembley, our home pitch.
"We are confident. It's always difficult to come to these places, play in these sort of atmospheres."
However, the Manchester City midfielder admits it was a blow not to take all three points in Podgorica.
England had started the game well with Wayne Rooney heading home after six minutes to give his side a dream start.
But a second-half turnaround saw Montenegro equaliser and put the Three Lions under real pressure.
He admitted: "We're massively disappointed. We got the early goal, quietened the crowd, were well on top, and they didn't have too many chances.
"It was disappointing to come out and start the way we did in the second half. They got on top and, once they get on top, it's very hard in a game like that to get the momentum back.
"We didn't quite match them for whatever reason.
"The main thing is that even though we didn't play as well in the second half as we did in the first, we didn't lose the game."