England midfielder pleased that Roy Hodgson has five in-form strikers to pick from
is backing Roy Hodgson
's forward line to fire England to next summer's World Cup ahead of the final two Group H
The Three Lions face Montenegro at Wembley Stadium
on Friday night before hosting Poland under the arch four days later.
Wilshere is pleased his manager can call upon the fit-again duo of Daniel Sturridge and Wayne Rooney, who have both been in stunning form this season.
He said: "We've got Daniel Sturridge and Wayne Rooney back, which will be massive. You want your best players available. Rickie Lambert has done a great job - he scored a couple and he played well in Ukraine.
"And then you've got Jermain Defoe, who can score from any position, and Danny Welbeck has been looking sharp in training. It can only be good for us."
The Arsenal youngster is expecting a tough test against Montenegro but believes the presence of experienced figures such as captain Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard could prove key.
He added: "We know that Montenegro are not going to come at us. They're going to sit back and we're going to have to take the game to them. We're at home so that's what we would want to do anyway.
"And we've got players like Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney who have been there at big tournaments and played in big qualifiers."
The 21-year-old, who is in line to win his eleventh cap on Friday, is also relishing the opportunity to train and play alongside two of his idols.
He said: "As a young footballer I grew up watching Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard and you can learn different things from both of them. The way Steven Gerrard passes the ball, his range of passing and the way he puts his foot in.
"And the way Frank Lampard gets forward and his goalscoring record speaks for itself. I can learn from both of them."
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