England boss Fabio Capello was satisfied with their 2-1 friendly victory over Switzerland last night.
Capello admitted he had been impressed by the response of many of his players in the first match under his tutelage.
"I saw the players playing with their clubs and I wanted to see if they could do the same things here under the pressure at Wembley and some of them impressed me, they played very well."
The Italian admitted the team had been nervous in their first match since the defeat against Croatia.
"They were quite nervous at the start and I think we need to take the weight off our shoulders feeling the pressure at Wembley.
"There have been very good things in places. We played some very good things tonight but at the end we were all a bit wary.
"I didn't see any lack of concentration. They changed seven players and they were fresher than us.
"It was good to see the team get back together and achieve results."
Jenas described the match as "one to remember". He added: "My first goal at Wembley, first goal for the England first team, so I'm delighted."
Jenas confirmed the players had no idea of the starting line-up until before the team coach took the players to Wembley.
He said of his selection: "You're always surprised when you're not a regular in the team.
"Obviously my form has been good at club level but it's fantastic to get a chance at international level."