England midfielder Tom Cleverley says three points are required in Podgorica on Tuesday
Tom Cleverley says England are more than prepared for Tuesday's trip to Montenegro and the biggest game of their World Cup qualifying campaign to date.
After Friday's 8-0 win in San Marino, Roy Hodgson's men now cross the Adriatic Sea to Podgorica where they can expect a different test from the Group H leaders.
And Cleverley says England will be ready for the challenge, knowing a win over Montenegro will be enough to leap-frog their opponents into top spot.
He said: "We all know the job we've got to do. As long as we work hard and go about our football in the right way, hopefully we can get the job done.
"We're both first and second at the minute.
"And after Ukraine beat Poland on Friday, there's a bit of distance between us and Montenegro and the rest, so it is a significant game."
After light training on Saturday, the squad had some down-time in northern Italy on Sunday before they make the short hop over to Montenegro on Monday.
And the Manchester United midfielder says three points are the main target from this game.
He added: We're just preparing for it normally and we can hopefully get the three points.
"We're going out to win as we do in every game.
"Without having a qualifier in a number of games, two wins will be very satisfying."
Watch the full interview with Tom in the media player below.