England boss Roy Hodgson confident his squad will produce against Montenegro and Poland
England Manager Roy Hodgson says he has a fully fit squad raring to go for their crucial World Cup qualifiers.
The Three Lions face Montenegro and Poland in the next few days with qualification for the World Cup at stake and Hodgson is pleased with their preparation ahead of the first clash at Wembley.
He said: "It has been a very good week's training. We go into tomorrow with a group of fully fit players.
"I have been impressed by the whole squad and we are happy the game is on tomorrow night - we are ready for it."
On team selection, he said: "I haven't named the team so can't make any comments on who will start. I have said at the start that the front players have trained very well.
"It's nice that so many strikers come into this game having had good games for their clubs and scored for them."
Hodgson also says that he must strike a balance between defence and attack in what promises to be a tight game against a well-organised Montenegro side.
He added: "We consider all things. The important thing is to make sure we attack but we need to be careful. If we adopt a gung-ho approach and find ourselves a goal down, that will complicate the task.
"We will be hopefully as difficult to score against as we were against Ukraine [during the 0-0 draw]
And Hodgson, having seen his side play four out of the past five away from home, is pleased to be back at Wembley.
He said: "We have only lost one out of the last 13 at Wembley so that is a nice statistic. We believe Wembley is the right place for us and the spectators will be behind us.
"I am excited for tomorrow night and to show what we can do. I am convinced we will put on a good performance.
"We are convinced we are a good team and good enough to qualify. Words like 'fear' or 'concern' have not crossed our minds.
"I know they will deliver. Tomorrow night you will see a very good England team."