Roy Hodgson has no intention of ripping up his World Cup blueprint even though his England team will head into international hibernation with work to do in the bid to reach Brazil.
The draw in Poland on Wednesday might have allowed England to keep their place at the head of Group H. However, by the time November's internationals are over, the Three Lions will have been shoved into second spot, with Montenegro almost certain to sweep aside San Marino while England play Sweden in a friendly.
"We know there is work to be done," he said. "I'm not prepared now, because we didn't do quite so well against Poland, to suddenly start saying 'we need radical improvements'."
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