England coach Roy Hodgson is pleased with the progress they're making after their draw against France.

France were unable to break their defences a second time, allowing Hodgson's side to collect what could turn out to be a valuable point.

"I've had three games," he said.

"I am satisfied with those three games but you don't become a really good team in three matches and 10 training sessions.

"The French have gone 22 games unbeaten. They've not done that overnight.

"It's been (the result of) people playing together, getting to know each other's games.

"The longer we play together, the better we'll become too."