Danny Welbeck cannot wait to play in the "unbelievable" Celtic Park atmosphere as England look to continue their fine recent run against Scotland.
The Three Lions travel north of the border for the first time since 1999 on Tuesday, when international football's oldest rivals meet for the 112th time.
The occasion may only be a friendly but the atmosphere inside Celtic Park will be anything but.
The Glasgow roar is something Welbeck is looking forward to, with the Arsenal forward confident England will flourish rather than wilt in the hothouse.
"Obviously it is only a friendly but we want to win every single game," he said.
"We can't go in thinking we are going to do anything else than that.
"It is going to be a great atmosphere. I watched the game against the Republic of Ireland the other night and the atmosphere sounded unbelievable. I just can't wait to get out there and taste it."
As well as bragging rights, Tuesday's match offers England the opportunity to maintain momentum.
Emotions remain raw following the World Cup embarrassment, yet Roy Hodgson's men have responded impressively to that disappointment.
Saturday's 3-1 win against Slovenia made it five wins on the bounce since Brazil, keeping their 100 per cent start to Euro 2016 qualifying intact.
Welbeck's brace complemented a penalty from centurion Wayne Rooney in that win at Wembley, where England recovered impressively from falling behind to a second-half Jordan Henderson own goal.
"It was a good night all round," Welbeck said. "It is obviously pleasing to get the win in the end.
"The most important thing was the way the team responded to going a goal down.
"I think what we can do now obviously is play our game and make sure we are prepared for the next match.
"I can't really go back too much to the summer. We can't change anything from there now, so the most important thing is to prepare well for the next game and obviously try to get the win."
Welbeck may have scored twice but he is all too aware that he was never going to outshine Rooney on such a momentous occasion.
The 29-year-old became the youngest-ever English centurion on Saturday, leading the comeback against Slovenia by earning the penalty from which he then levelled.
England 3 Slovenia 1 - player ratings
England 3 Slovenia 1 - player ratings
1/11 Joe Hart
After being almost redundant for the last home game against San Marino and given another quiet night in Estonia, he would have expected a little more work but was barely tested again, except by Henderson’s unstoppable header. Acted as sweeper well whenever he was called into action to do so. 6/10
2/11 Nathaniel Clyne
Happy to get forward as the full-backs need to when England play with a narrow diamond formation, the young Londoner had an acceptable debut with no obvious errors. Less attack-minded after half-time when Sterling went wider. 6
3/11 Phil Jagielka
Less solid than his central defensive partner, losing Novakovic to allow him to head a corner wide in one uncomfortable moment and slipping to let in Kampl for another. As one of the players in the side with England goals to his name, the Evertonian produced one good header for the team’s first effort on target. 5
4/11 Gary Cahill
The Chelsea man is becoming England’s most dependable defender, further improved by his regular Champions League experience. Upset Novakovic with some of his headed challenges and got a kick for his pains. One lax pass led to Jagielka’s booking. 7
5/11 Kieran Gibbs
After a first start for four years against San Marino the Arsenal full-back was given another one unexpectedly soon as stand-in for Leighton Baines. He did fine defensively and had a hand in the third goal without offering Baines’s attacking brio. Booked for a stab at Birsa’s Achilles. 6
6/11 Jordan Henderson
Without a goal in 18 England appearances and would not have wanted to break his duck by scoring at the wrong end. Sitting on the right of the midfield diamond the Liverpool player has been an ever-present in the national side this season without influencing many games. 5
7/11 Jack Wilshere
Unenviably stationed in the centre circle, the worst area of the pitch, for his 25th cap. Got mud on his shirt early on in giving and taking some hefty challenges before playing some neat forward passes. But then he had a quiet second half. 7
8/11 Adam Lallana
Not a natural winger, we know, and almost too eager to drift inside. He delivered ome poor free-kicks and corners which failed to clear the first defender until he put one on Rooney’s head in the second half and the Liverpool man did then help to force Welbeck’s first goal with his own shot. 5
9/11 Raheem Sterling
Not too tired to play this time, although as he discovered against the defensive San Marino he found the middle congested and took until the second half to move wide much more often, when he looked more dangerous. Set up Welbeck nicely for the third goal. Booked. 6
10/11 Danny Welbeck
Put in a poor performance in Estonia last month and having a mixed season for Arsenal, which was reflected here early on. Brought Rooney or Clyne into the game well enough and he worked hard to be rewarded with his two goals later on. 7
11/11 Wayne Rooney
Having received his golden 100th cap from Sir Bobby Charlton, the captain won the penalty cleverly by wriggling through defenders and then converted it with a thump for his fourth goal in the last five England games. Played almost up alongside Welbeck throughout the match and linked well with him in setting up chances for each other. 8
"Obviously everyone is very pleased for Wayne," his former Manchester United team-mate Welbeck said.
"In a way it was kind of inevitable he was going to score that goal.
"Once the penalty came around, you just knew he was going to stick it in the back of the net.
"It was great for him to get the goal on his 100th cap, captaining the team."
The win against Slovenia continues England's seemingly unstoppable march towards Euro 2016.
Despite only being four games into Group E, their 12-point haul is twice as much as Slovenia, Switzerland and Lithuania in joint-second place.
The top two automatically qualify for the finals and the third-placed side can also progress, yet Welbeck insists qualification is not a formality.
"No, I think we've got to obviously prepare for each and every single game," he said.
"Every team is going to come to Wembley and try to make it difficult for us.
"Slovenia did that in the first half and we had to kind of change up the tactics a little bit.
"We worked on that throughout the week and in the second half we created some decent chances and put them away."