Wayne Rooney has spoken of the hurt the squad is feeling after England exited at the World Cup group stage for the first time since 1958.
The Three Lions' elimination was confirmed on Friday after Costa Rica surprisingly beat Group D favourites Italy in Recife.
The result means England have nothing but pride to play for when they take on Los Ticos in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday, with the team jetting home straight after the game.
"Obviously we are hurting," Rooney said. "We are really disappointed to be out of the tournament.
"I am sure you can imagine it is quite tough and will be a long few days for us, but we have to pick ourselves up for this game on Tuesday.
"We will go out there fighting, show our pride. But overall we are disappointed and you know it is not a great feeling to go out of the tournament after two games so we want to try and restore some of our pride back."
Rooney says his first World Cup goal against Uruguay was no consolation - "this team is much bigger than Wayne Rooney is" - and is determined as ever to succeed.
"I am really proud to play for my country," he said. "I never want to pull out of squads, I always turn up and play for England when I am called upon.
"I have no desire whatsoever to stop doing that unless I am told to. I will play for England until I am not selected."