England U20s assistant coach Chris Ramsey speaks about the squad's World Cup preparations
By Nicholas Veevers in Turkey
Chris Ramsey says preparations for this summer's U20 World Cup in Turkey are going to plan for the England U20s squad.
The Assistant Head Coach spoke to FATV
from the Three Lions' training base in Antalya, where the squad have been working since last Wednesday.
And with their World Cup opener against Iraq now just a week away, Ramsey believes the players are fully on course.
He said: "So far, it couldn't have gone better.
"The facility is fantastic and where we are staying is really good as well, the people are treating us really well.
"The boys have applied themsleves well too.
"You can see in training that they've upped the tempo and they're starting take on board what Peter and myself are putting into place."
Ramsey, who works for Tottenham Hotspur's Academy during the season, has already experienced an U20 World Cup himself, having taken the England team to Nigeria in 1999.
And he knows what lies in store for the players over the coming weeks as they face some of the best players in the world at their age group.
He added: "We all want to represent our country and do the best we can.
"The attitude of the boys has been fantastic."
Watch the full interview with Chris below, as he speaks in more depth about the mood in the squad and what they can expect from an U20 World Cup.