Roy Hodgson plans to gather his England players together at a convenient point over the winter in a bid to consolidate the "very strong bond" they have developed since the World Cup.
England ended a disappointing year on a high on Tuesday when they recorded their sixth - and most satisfying - win on the bounce.
The 3-1 victory in Scotland will not erase the embarrassment of a World Cup campaign that yielded just one point, but it has at least given the England manager cause for optimism.
Manager Hodgson believes the unity within the squad is stronger than ever. The fact that his players battled for each other and easily came out on top in the white-hot atmosphere of Celtic Park suggests he is right.
The 67-year-old is keen to make sure that does not disappear over the four-month break from international football and he is therefore keen to organise a get-together over the winter.
"What we want to do is get them together on one or two occasions," Hodgson said.
"It could be either as a whole group or two - maybe a Manchester group and a south group - and maybe have an evening with them at one stage in the Premier League calendar when they don't have three matches in a week.
"I've already broached the subject with the players and they are already on board."
Hodgson used to have six annual three-day winter training camps during the his time as Switzerland manager, but he says it would be "pie in the sky" to expect the same with England given the time constraints on Premier League players.
Hodgson is hoping top-flight managers will be receptive to the idea of a short meeting though.
"I'll have to talk to the clubs about that because I don't have the right," he said.
"But I'd be very surprised if any of them said: 'No, we don't want to do it'."
The three-hour meeting would mainly concentrate on tactics, but would also involve a social element such as a squad dinner.
"The bond is very good," Hodgson added.
"They've been a real pleasure to work with. That's not just the last six games and six weeks - they've been a pleasure to work with in the last two-and-a-half years.
"We like each other's company."
England will play glamour friendlies against world champions Germany and France in the build-up to Euro 2016.
England manager Roy Hodgson praised the players and fans alike after their 3-1 victory over Scotland in Glasgow.
Scotland boss Gordon Strachan was quick to voice his admiration of the England performance on Tuesday night.
Manchester United and Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher says the atmosphere may have caused problems for their team.
England captain Wayne Rooney told ITV Sport that he is only focusing on qualifying for Euro 2016 after the nation's sixth straight win.
Wayne Rooney silenced the ferocious home supporters inside Celtic Park as England eased to victory over Scotland in the Battle of Britain.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain converted a superb deep cross from Jack Wilshere in the first half and Rooney scored his 45th England goal after the break to double the lead.