England have begun their training ahead of the upcoming international fixtures.
The Three Lions host Slovenia in a Euro 2016 qualifier against Slovenia on Saturday at Wembley, hoping to maintain their 100 per cent record in the group.
Roy Hodgson's side have already recorded wins over Switzerland, Estonia and San Marino and are looking to make it 12 points out of 12.
They then face Scotland next week, in an 'friendly' away fixture which is the first time the two countries have met since Euro 2000, when the Three Lions came out on top in the European qualification play-offs.
Nathaniel Clyne will be hoping to feature, having been called up to the previous squad, but not selected, watching his deputy last season Calum Chambers, start in his place at right-back.
Theo Walcott's return to the squad is a welcome one, with the winger missing the World Cup with an injury which had kept him out for 10 months.
The Arsenal winger has made his comeback over the last fortnight, but is yet to start, featuring only off the bench, and manager Arsene Wenger has no objections to him joining up with the England team to help regain vital match fitness.