With Campbell and Terry, there is solidity...
Centre-back John Terry was one of England's heroes in Saturday's 0-0 draw in Istanbul...
Terry, who made his England debut back in May in the Three Lions' 2-1 win over Serbia and Montenegro in June, was flawless at the heart of England's defence as Sven-Goran Eriksson's men held firm to qualify for next year's European Championships.
The 22-year-old Chelsea man has been playing well for the Stamford Bridge side and he took that form into the imposing atmosphere of Fenerbahçe's Sükrü Saraçoglu Stadium.
Terry said: "I think I have a lot to learn regarding England but I was happy with my game. All that I can do now is to keep playing well for Chelsea. Rio is a good defender and will be back before long.
"It was good to play alongside Sol Campbell. It's the second time I've played with him for England and it was brilliant."
Terry now has five caps to his name and, having played in every minute of England's last four games, now looks to be at home in the England side.
Terry continued: "I was amazed at how everyone stood together in Turkey. The team spirit was incredible."