GARY ROBERTS will be well-kitted out as he bids to add to his one England cap next week.
Both Ian Craney - who is expected to be captain - and Roberts are in the final 18 squad for the Four Nations tournament which takes place in Eastbourne next week.
"It is always a honour to play for your country and it is mine and Ian's last chance," said the winger, with the Reds moving into the Football League. "It is good to be involved - especially as you get so much England training gear it is unbelievable!
"I just hope I play some of the matches. I have been running all week to try and get a bit of sharpness back after all our celebrations but there is no pressure and it is just a case of going out an enjoying it.
"Saying that I haven't had a lot of joy against Hereford's Ryan Green in the past and he plays for Wales so I am not looking forward to that game!"
Roberts is already geared up for next season and hopes Stanley can carry on the winning habit in the Football League.
"Last season I think we were giddy with all the wins. We were in hotel rooms having a laugh about who would score first and what our winning margin would be - hopefully we will be doing the same next season!"
And he is ready to fight for his place if Coleman swoops for another left winger.
"I guess the competition would only make it more interesting," he added.
Stanley's top scorer Paul Mullin had to pull out of the England squad due to holiday commitments.
Tues: England v Ireland - Eastbourne Borough, 7.45pm
Thur: England v Wales - Eastbourne Borough, 7.45pm
Sat: England v Scotland - Eastbourne Borough, 4pm