Roy Hodgson is expecting Sir Dave Brailsford to give a pep talk to his England squad this week ahead of the World Cup.
With the Group D opener against Italy less than three weeks away, the Three Lions will be following-up their Portugal training camp by meeting-up again at St George's Park on Monday.
This will be England's last week on home soil, with a friendly against Peru at Wembley on Friday before they jet off to Miami and then on to Brazil.
Before heading off to the warmer climes of Florida, Hodgson is hopeful that Brailsford, the man who has masterminded British cycling's impressive rise, will speak to his squad to offer an insight on how to fulfil potential and seize the moment.
"We're hoping Dave will come to St George's and speak to the players alongside [psychiatrist] Steve Peters next week," the England boss said. "Steve's there because he's working with us.
"Dave's working hard and he'll do his utmost to be there. I can't ask to pin him down because he's got a big, big job and part of his big job doesn't really involve coming to St George's Park to speak to England players, but I'm hopeful."