Scotland boss Gordon Strachan determined to enjoy his side's game with England at Wembley
England v Scotland
Teenage Cancer Trust International
8pm, Wednesday 14 August
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Gordon Strachan is hoping to enjoy a unique treble next month when he brings his Scotland side to Wembley.
The former Aberdeen, Manchester United and Leeds winger admits he enjoyed playing against England for the Scots and even watching the famous Euro ’96 clash at Wembley as a supporter.
And he will now lead his nation into action for the Teenage Cancer Trust International on 14 August.
Speaking to FATV
, Strachan revealed: "I enjoyed it as a fan and I enjoyed it as a player and I've got to enjoy it as a manager.
"You could be playing for anything. You could be playing for a World Cup or you could be playing for a log!
"But you just want to win.”
The game promises to be a lively start to 2013-14 for both teams, with players fresh from pre-season with their clubs and ready for the new campaign.
And with a big 'Tartan Army' following expected from north of the border, the former Southampton and Celtic boss believes it’s set up perfectly for both players and supporters.
He added: "It's at a good time, because players will be fresh and it's fresh for the fans as well because they're looking for big games.
"I think it will be a terrific occasion.
"The Scottish people feel that we haven't done justice for ourselves for a few years in terms of football.
"But it will be a nice chance for us to get back up that ladder with a good performance and a good victory.”
Watch the full interview with Strachan on FATV in the video player below.