Danny Welbeck eager to capitalise on starting berth at Wembley
England v Moldova
FIFA World Cup 2014 qualifier
8pm, Friday 6 September
Live on ITV
Danny Welbeck says England's current injury concerns in attack have presented other players with an opportunity to impress in the World Cup qualifier against Moldova.
Welbeck, who netted his sixth goal for the Three Lions
in their victory over Scotland last month, says he hopes to add to his tally at Wembley.
However, the Manchester United striker insists all that matters is getting the three points against a side they beat 5-0 last September, so they can take the confidence into the next fixture against Ukraine.
"Going into the game we've had a few injuries here and there, so once you get your chance you want to try and take it and get some goals yourself," said the 22-year-old.
"It's a team game and the most important thing is to get the win. It's not about how many goals we get. We've got to be prepared right and have our focus on this game.
"We can't take anything for granted as it is a tough international game. They might come here and put eleven men behind the ball and try to make themselves difficult to break down, but we'll have our tactics prepared.
"I'm sure we can do the business on the pitch."
Friday's meeting with the Moldovans is England's first competitive action since March, but Welbeck says their preparation always remains the same, whether for a qualifier or a friendly.
"Every game we go into is going to be competitive nowadays. Coming into these qualifiers, the remaining four, we know that every single game counts.
"Going into the Scotland game it was one we really wanted to win. We approach every one the same and we really want to win.
"There's not too much difference and I wouldn't say our mentality changes much."
Following the Moldova encounter, England then face a trip to Kiev to take on Ukraine, who moved into a good position in Group H after a 4-0 victory over leaders Montenegro in June.
But Welbeck added: "We can't look too far into the future because once you start looking ahead you might get interrupted and lose focus, the next game is always the most important."
"Every team who comes to Wembley really wants to put a good performance in. That makes it a bit more difficult for us.
"But we're the same, we're all that little boy dreaming of scoring a goal at Wembley."
He added: "We've got to have confidence and belief in ourselves. Anything you do in life you have to believe to achieve good things.
"We're just really looking forward to getting some points on the board."
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