England’s injury woes were eased as John Terry travelled with the squad to Poland on Wednesday.
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Terry, 31, aggravated a hamstring injury during England's 1-0 win over Belgium last Saturday, and the Football Association confirmed the issue would be reassessed on Tuesday ahead of their flight out to the training camp.
A statement from the FA confirmed all 23 players trained on Wednesday before their journey to Krakow, where the Three Lions will be based for their Group D matches against France, Sweden and Ukraine.
Terry's availability is a boost for Hodgson, who has seen Gareth Barry, Frank Lampard and Gary Cahill all drop out through injury in the build-up to the tournament.
Scott Parker also travelled with the squad after proving his fitness following an Achilles injury scare and, having narrowly missed out on a place in the Euro 2004 and 2010 World Cup squads, he is delighted to finally be given his big chance with England.
“I can't remember my last tournament,” Parker said. “It is probably the European Under-21 Championships but they are so long ago I can't even remember how we did. It is a massive gap that's for sure, so this tournament will be a very fulfilling experience in my career.
“It means everything really. It is all I ever wanted as a player and something I am really looking forward to.”