Steven Gerrard has urged his Liverpool team-mates in the England squad to take their supreme club form into Wednesday's game against Denmark.
Gerrard is one of five Liverpool players in Roy Hodgson's squad for the match against the Danes at Wembley.
And, with Brendan Rodgers' side currently flying high in the Premier League, the England skipper hopes his fellow Reds will continue to shine for England.
England v Denmark
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"I think we've got five [Liverpool players] in the squad and everyone's in good form and feeling very confident," he said.
"Hopefully if the lads are selected they can bring those performances to Wembley.
"There's a great feeling back at Liverpool and we're really happy with where we're sitting in the table and everyone's feeling great."
One of those Liverpool stars hoping for a chance against Denmark is Raheem Sterling, who has been in glittering form for Liverpool in recent weeks.
Sterling has scored three goals and added one assist in his last four Premier League games.
Gerrard added: "I think the form he's in at the moment he's the type of player you would pay good money to see. He's the type of player that will get you off your seat. He's very exciting.
"People looking at Raheem see him as a small boy who can be bullied, or a weak player, he's the complete opposite. He's very strong, very robust and the pace he's got is electric.
"He's going to be a big player for his country for a long time and I'm just glad he's a Red."