New Swedish city and fresh outlook for the Three Lions with Euro 2013 imminent
Siobhan Chamberlain insists England have re-focused after losing their final European Championship warm-up match last week.
Hope Powell's side were defeated 4-1 by Euro hosts Sweden just over a week away from their opening game of the tournament, against Spain on 12 July.
But having travelled from Uddevalla to Linköping, where England will play their three group games, Chamberlain says the players have welcomed the change of environment and are remaining positive.
The goalkeeper explained: "We are in a nice hotel and Linköping looks beautiful from what we’ve seen of it so far.
"We went for a walk when we got here on Friday and found some nice coffee shops and there's a little man-made beach outside our hotel. It seems like there’s a lot of places to explore over the next couple of weeks when we get a chance.
“There's a relaxed atmosphere in the squad and everyone’s still really enjoying the whole experience."
England enjoyed their first training session in their new host city on Saturday afternoon and for Chamberlain it was a chance to rectify a few things from the loss to Sweden.
She added: “It’s good to get back out on the training pitch as soon as you can after a defeat so we can work on putting things right as soon as possible.
“We also had a team meeting where we analysed the Sweden game, looking at what we did well and what we need to improve on to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
“Everyone is still really positive. It was the right time for [a defeat] to happen. You never want to lose a game but if you are going to lose a game you lose it before the tournament begins so you can put things right.”
After the Group C opener against Spain, England face Russia on Monday 15 July and France on Thursday 18 July.