England face Wales in their final group game this coming Tuesday.
The tie is of little importance to England, who will still make it into the last-16 as long as they do not lose by four goals, which seems unlikely.
Ahead of the game, Jack Grealish has spoken to the media.
The winger was asked what the feeling is like among the squad ahead of the final group game against Wales, Grealish said: “Good. We are in a strong position. Obviously top of the group and it’s all in our hands going into the final game.
“It’s weird sometimes playing for the national team because you have one result like that and it’s as if it is the end of the world – and it’s clearly not.
“I felt like a lot of it was about us. England were this, England were that but at the end of the day, they played very well.
“They was a team that had a lot of energy, very athletic in all the positions, and we have to give them credit for the way they played.
“They changed their tactics up, the way pressed and stuff, from the first game. We know we can play better and we will certainly looking to be doing that going into the second game.
The Manchester City star was also asked to name the biggest threat at the 2022 World Cup:
“I watch all the games to be honest,” Grealish said. We have screens all over the place and it’s just nice to have games on all day.
“I watched Messi, unbelievable. He just showed what he’s about in that second half but then again so did Mbappe.
“I think there are lots of brilliant teams, some teams have that one player who’s just unstoppable, but I think Brazil have been one of the most impressive I’ve seen so far. They have so much talent, especially in those attacking areas.
“I think they’re, if you’re asking me who the biggest threat is, I’d probably say Brazil.”