Jordan Nobbs is ready to help England put their Euro disappointment behind them
England v Belarus
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015
Group 6 Qualifier
1pm, Saturday 21 September 2013
Goldsands Stadium, Dean Court, AFC Bournemouth
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Jordan Nobbs believes England can put their Euro disappointment behind them when they visit Bournemouth on Saturday 21 September.
The Three Lions will take on Belarus at Goldsands Stadium in their opening 2015 World Cup qualifier under the stewardship of Brent Hills, who will take temporary charge of the team.
And the young Arsenal midfielder has backed her team-mates to bounce back from their group stage exit in Sweden last month.
Nobbs said: “Obviously everyone was disappointed but we’ve got to put it behind us now. It wasn’t our tournament, I think all the girls know that.
“But we’ve just got to move on and try and win our next game which is all we can do really. We have to try and get off to a winning start in these qualifiers and go from there.
“We’ve all had some time to reflect on the Euros and we’re all ready to start putting things right.”
Nobbs won an incredible 43 caps at youth level before scoring on her senior team debut against Italy in February. She is a former U19 captain and she helped that age group win the Euros in Belarus four years ago.
Sweden was her first experience of a major tournament at senior level and although Nobbs didn’t feature she said she is ready to kick on during the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.
She added: “Things didn’t go our way in Sweden but I’ve got to take the positives from being selected for my first senior tournament and being able to experience what I did.
“If I can keep working hard at my club, which I have been doing, hopefully I can be a part of the squad in Bournemouth and hopefully I can show what I can do.
“I’ve been scoring goals for Arsenal so I’m feeling confident and I’d like to keep that form up and carry that into the internationals.
“There’s still more I can do and I want to play as many games for England as I can. I’ve still got a lot of hard work ahead of me but I definitely feel a lot more comfortable in the senior squad now, especially having been away at the Euros.
“Now I’m ready to step up if needed.”
Wales, Turkey, Ukraine and Montenegro complete England’s qualifying group.
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