England captain Steven Gerrard is supremely confident that the team will qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The Three Lions sit on top of the Group H table with eight points from four outings and the Liverpool star is convinced that Roy Hodgson has a good enough squad to beat the likes of Montenegro, Poland and Ukraine in their remaining fixtures.
"Montenegro got a fantastic result in Ukraine (a 1-0 win) which has turned the group in their favour," said Gerrard after this week's round of matches which saw England force a 1-1 draw with Poland in Warsaw.
"I'm happy to be at the top of the group although slightly disappointed not to have a few more points on the board. But I don't think Montenegro and Ukraine will come to Poland and take maximum points.
"At the end of the group, hopefully this point in Warsaw will be seen as an important one.
"I'm not worried about Poland when they get to Wembley. On a better surface we will take maximum points. I'm confident we can beat all those sides."