Roy Hodgson has insisted England are still fully focused on victory against Poland and will not be relying on the safety net of the World Cup play-offs.
England's 4-1 victory over Montenegro on Friday guaranteed them at least second place in the group, which would mean a play-off berth should they fail to win at Wembley and Ukraine record an expected victory over San Marino.
But both Hodgson and his captain Steven Gerrard were adamant that would have no impact on their approach to the game.
"As far as I'm concerned I still feel the focus is on this as a game we want to win," Hodgson said.
"I'm not thinking of the play-offs.
"I don't think we shall be very satisfied if we don't win. We know we've got the play-offs but I don't think that will affect the attitude of the players. We're a good team, we're at home and we'll want to win."
Gerrard added: "We want to seize this opportunity. We want to win.
"We'll have 90,000, a full house at Wembley. It's a huge game on the back of a huge performance a couple of nights ago, and we're ready to go."
Poland's qualification hopes are over after a 1-0 loss to Ukraine on Friday night, but Gerrard expects them to give England a difficult night.
"I think Poland's tactics will be very similar to Montenegro," he said.
"They will want to defend well and make it difficult so we will have to show patience.
"But with the attacking players we've got it's only a matter of time before the breakthrough comes. We've got that confidence."