Fraser Forster is of the belief that England can win all of their games at the 2014 World Cup.
The Celtic goalkeeper is part of the Three Lions squad that flew out to Portugal on Monday night for a pre-tournament training camp and is in a positive frame of mind as preparations begin to heat up.
Forster is expected to be one of three keepers in Roy Hodgson's England squad and insists that the remainder of the playing group will be heading to Brazil with one thing on their mind.
"You have to go there and believe you can win every game," he told the Daily Record.
"It's important you don't look too far ahead but you can't have any mindset other than being 100 per cent positive.
"Every team is there on merit and out to win their groups.
"Every team will be out to prove something and there will not be an easy game. But we'll go into each match believing we can win it."
Hoops ace Forster added: "To get the call to play at a World Cup in Brazil is something you dream about as a kid.
"We have a tough group - all the matches will be hard. It's not going to be straightforward but a World Cup in Brazil is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity."
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