Jack Wilshere says he still has plenty of room for improvement after his sterling performance in England's 2-1 win over Brazil last night.
The Arsenal man excelled in just his second international appearance since returning from an 18 month injury lay-off.
The 21-year-old has slowly been finding his best form with Arsenal since making his return to action in October, and while his performance at Wembley was met with universal praise, Wilshere maintains that he can get even better.
"I feel my form is getting better and better," he told Sky Sports.
"I am never happy with where I am. I am always trying to improve. I work hard in training every day and I need to keep my performances up for my club and then hopefully I can get picked in the national team and I can do it there as well."
England secured only their second win over Brazil since 1990, with goals from Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard seeing the Three Lions past their illustrious rivals at Wembley.
Wilshere was happy with England's performance, and picked out Steven Gerrard and Tom Cleverley for special praise after the game.
He said: "Stevie talks to me the whole game. He's telling me left, right. He was playing in the holding role but you can't keep Stevie in the holding role.
"I think it is good for us that he can go and I can cover, and Cleverley can come in as well. We have got a good mix in there."