Sterling also qualifies for Jamaica, but Roy Hodgson and the FA can breathe easy.
"There's been a bit of doubt in the past. But I'm definitely committed to England," confessed Sterling to the Daily Mail.
"I grew up in their youth system and I feel at home now. It's exciting to be part of the England set-up, we've got some great young players.
"As a young player growing up, you want to be playing for England. You want to push yourself to play. Hopefully in the coming season I can prove I can play at the top level."