Heading in the right direction
Tuesday, 09 June, 2009
Captain John Terry feels England will be on top of their game next year.
John Terry has warned the rest of the world that Fabio Capello's England will be even better by the time the World Cup comes around next year.
England will have one foot in the Finals in South Africa if they beat Andorra at Wembley on Wednesday night, with three points ensuring a haul of 21 from their opening seven games and Terry believes The Three Lions are constantly improving under the Italian's stewardship.
"We have some improvements to be made in the team, both individually and collectively," said the England captain.
"In the next year we'll see those improvements, but we're going in the direction we want to, and hopefully in a year's time we'll be at the top, exactly where we want to be.
"We owe it to ourselves as none of us have been in this position before. It would be nice to end this season in a high and get seven wins out of seven. Hopefully we can do that by getting the win on Wednesday."
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