This weekend England are back in action as they begin their qualification campaign for Euro 2020 at Wembley on Friday night.
On Friday evening they start by taking on the Czech Republic, coverage for the game begins at 7pm on ITV and the ITV Hub.
On Monday the Three Lions will head over to Montenegro for a tough away fixture in the capital city Podgorica. Coverage also begins again at 7pm on ITV and the ITV Hub.
Gareth Southgate has no fresh injury concerns to contend with as England prepare to kick-off their Euro 2020 qualification campaign.
Already without the likes of Jesse Lingard, Harry Winks and Joe Gomez, the Three Lions were hit by the withdrawal of Fabian Delph, John Stones, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Luke Shaw on Monday.
In-form Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse and highly-rated Chelsea teenager Callum Hudson-Odoi were brought into the squad and took part in Southgate's first full session of the year on Tuesday morning.
Hudson-Odoi fitted in seamlessly on the Sir Bobby Charlton Pitch, where fellow teenager Jadon Sancho scored a superb penalty in a shootout held at the end of the session.
Burnley's Dwight McNeil and AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale - on loan from Bournemouth - bolstered the numbers in training, while Ross Barkley and Michael Keane only joined in during the first half after playing on Sunday.
Trent Alexander-Arnold, Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford worked inside, but the Football Association say all 23 players are fit and available ahead of Friday's match against the Czech Republic.
England captain Harry Kane believes the Three Lions can eclipse their achievements of 2018 by enjoying another stellar 12 months.
After making it to the semi-finals of the World Cup and returning to beat Spain and Croatia to reach this summer's inaugural Nations League finals, last year will go down as a memorable one for Gareth Southgate's side.
The squad are back together for the first time in 2019 and face the Czech Republic and Montenegro in a Euro 2020 qualification double-header.
Back at their clubs, a host of England stars are preparing for a strong end to the campaign, with Liverpool and Manchester City fighting for the Premier League crown and six sides still in European competition.
Once the domestic season is over Kane, who insists club rivalries are easily put to one side on England duty, will lead his country into the Nations League finals in June and feels winning the first version of the competition will beat anything achieved in Russia.
"Hopefully. Hopefully we can win some silverware," Kane replied when asked if 2019 could top 2018.
"If we win the Nations League, 2019 will top it. I have said before to have a chance to win a trophy in an England shirt is not very often."
Kane also feels the inexperienced squad will not be torn apart by inter-club rivalries, even with most involved in the tussle for trophies over the final weeks of the season.
Asked if the players have to be reminded to park their club affiliations when they join up with England, the Tottenham striker added: "It kind of happens naturally. I think everyone looks forward to coming away with England and meeting up again.
"It's a totally different thing, of course. Of course you have a bit of banter about it, but everyone is on to England.
"That's important. When you come away, you have to give 100 per cent, so everything else is put to the side.
"When you go back (to your clubs), it starts up again. I think that's been part of our success.
"We've heard about things happening in the past: people sitting on different tables and teams being divided. You just can't have that in a team. You need to be 100 per cent together."