England coach Roy Hodgson was pleased with their friendly win against Norway.

Manchester United star Ashley Young earned the Three Lions their first win over the Norwegians since 1980 with a clinical finish after only nine minutes.

And Hodgson saw many positives in the display.

"It was a great start for us to win here in Norway," he said on ITV.

"We had three days tough training and I was a bit concerned about the fatigue factor, with one or two of the players feeling muscles, but that's because we've been working so hard in training.

"But it's a fantastic start to my time in charge because it's not often you get a result in Norway.

"At times we could have been a bit more positive, but that's something we've got to work on.

"But we've started sowing a few seeds and by the time the Euros come around we should have done a bit more work."