TheFA.com's Insider looks at England's time in Irdning and the impending squad selection.
We have reached the end of the training camp, but on the surface at least there seems to be very little change in the atmosphere within the squad.
The players trained this morning, one final session before facing Japan in Graz, which will be the last audition before Fabio Capello unveils his cast list for the World Cup in South Africa.
Everyone, Fabio included, has spoken of the difficulty in reducing 30 players to 23. But instead of fearing the day that seven players will be told the bad news, there has been a genuine freedom in the outlook and application of each and every person here with England.
Rather than dread the possibility of being informed they will not be part of the tournament, the players have expressed themselves with total dedication in training and come together as a group at the hotel. When I spoke to Joe Hart prior to the Mexico game, he explained how the unspoken demands of the Manager are instantly recognisable: when we arrive at the training ground and the stadium, it is work time.
Of course, that steely and intimidating glare is not constant, there has been time to relax and recharge both physically and mentally. The staff and players have enjoyed the surroundings of the tranquil Schloss Pichlarn, bike rides, rounds of golf, table tennis - maintaining a fresh mind will be crucial for a World Cup.
Our second stay in Irdning has been slightly shorter than the first, but with the Mexico match to reflect on and Japan to prepare for, there has been a lot of important work in these four days.
Our arrival was delayed slightly on Wednesday evening by traffic coming out of Graz, but it was straight down to business on Thursday with a very sharp training session and the Mexico performance fresh in everyone's minds.
Thursday brought some further good news as our U17s reached the European Championship Final, beating France 2-1 with a brace from Connor Wickham. Fabio and his coaches have followed the progress of the young side with DVD copies of games and live games on Eurosport, and were delighted by the news that they made it to the final where they will face Spain. The very best of luck to the lads out in Liechtenstein on Sunday!
Sir Trevor Brooking was at the game on Thursday and arrived here on Friday morning, though he was not the only one clocking up the air miles as Franco Baldini was in Connecticut to see England's group opponents USA against Czech Republic, before travelling to Dublin to see Ireland face Algeria. Just a small example of the level of detail that goes into preparing for a World Cup.
After our final session on Saturday morning, Fabio and Rio Ferdinand spoke to the media ahead of the Japan game. After that comes the packing and coach journey to Graz for the match on Sunday afternoon. It will be the first time since the 1-1 draw in 2004 that England have played Japan, who will also be eager to face European opposition as they have been grouped with Holland and Denmark at the World Cup.
One more night in Graz, then on Sunday one more chance to book a seat on Wednesday's flight to South Africa. It is a day filled with possibilities, with everything still to play for.
Please send me your questions in the comments below, or even just your thoughts on the match with Japan, and who you think will make the squad of 23.