England manager Roy Hodgson has played down fears there could be more losses to his injury-hit squad before Euro 2012.
With Gareth Barry and Frank Lampard already out of the tournament, there have been concerns over Scott Parker's fitness.
The Tottenham midfielder has trained with the England squad and will start the final warm-up game with Belgium at Wembley.
Hodgson says Parker will be ready for the tournament despite struggling with an achilles problem.
"He came to join us having not played for Tottenham in the last two or three matches in the league. So that was obviously going to be a factor, but we also knew we had lots of training time and now in the two weeks we've been training he's taken part in every training session and he's also played 60 minutes already and he's available to play tomorrow.
"So he'll be getting fitter by the day, as will Wayne Rooney, and we're quite happy that by the time we play France people will be in good physical shape.
"I'm satisfied with the group we've put together, I believe in the group. I'm disappointed to have lost two senior players, but on the other hand it's a great opportunity for someone else. The door that closes on you is a door that opens for someone else."
England's first match at Euro 2012 is on Monday 11th June against France in Donetsk.