Midlands goalkeeping legend, and the most-capped England player of all time, Peter Shilton, believes England will have no problem winning their final two World Cup qualifiers, providing they are not complacent.
England take on Montenegro tonight, and Poland on Tuesday. They currently top Qualifying Group H, so two wins will guarantee a place at the World Cup in Rio de Janeiro next year.
Former Leicester, Stoke, Nottingham Forest, and Derby goalkeeper Shilton also commented on the status of current England goalkeeper Joe Hart.
The Shrewsbury-born, Manchester City star been under fire recently over poor performances. Shilton has warned Joe Hart that he needs to cut out his mistakes or he will lose his place.
Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton, has been banned from the road after admitting drink-driving.
The 63-year-old pleaded guilty to the charge during a 15-minute hearing at Colchester Magistrates' Court this morning.
The court heard that he was found to have more than double the legal amount of alcohol in his system when he was breathalysed on February 24. Magistrates banned Shilton from driving for 20 months and ordered him to pay fines and costs totalling £1,020.
Shilton is known around the Midlands for his goalkeeping at Stoke City, Nottingham Forest, Derby County and Leicester City.
He lives at Kenilworth in Warwickshire.
Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton is due to appear in court today, charged with drink-driving.
The player, from Warwickshire, was arrested in Colchester, Essex, at the end of February.
He is England's most capped player, making over a hundred appearances for his country, as well as playing 1,000 competitive matches for Stoke City, Nottingham Forest, Derby County and Leicester City.
Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton, from Warwickshire, will appear in court later this month after being arrested for drink-driving.
Peter Shilton was arrested in Colchester, Essex, on February 24, after being found to be driving with excess alcohol in his system.
A spokesman for Essex Police said the 63-year-old will appear at Colchester Magistrates' Court on March 19.
Shilton, of Kenilworth, is England's most capped player, having made 125 appearances for his country.
He played more than 1,000 competitive matches for 11 different clubs including Stoke City, Nottingham Forest, Derby and Leicester.