England reported a clean bill of health on Tuesday as they began preparations for their Euro 2016 qualifiers against San Marino and Switzerland.
All 22 squad members trained at St George’s Park after meeting up with Roy Hodgson and his coaching staff at lunchtime.
Jonjo Shelvey, who has not been capped since he made his debut in 2012, was among those looking to impress the England manager during the session at the National Football Centre in Burton-upon-Trent. England will continue to train at Burton before they depart for San Marino on Friday – the night before they take on the minnows in Serravalle.
If England beat San Marino on Saturday and Slovenia fail to defeat Switzerland on the same day, Hodgson’s men will qualify for Euro 2016 with three games to spare. Three days after the San Marino game, England host Switzerland at Wembley.