Newly-capped Ruben Loftus-Cheek has claimed he will remain positive, despite the fact a back injury cut short his second appearance with England on Tuesday.
Loftus-Cheek, who is currently on loan with Crystal Palace from Chelsea, put in an eye-catching performance on his debut for the national side against Germany last week.
The 21-year-old was then rewarded for that positive display by being given the chance to start for England when they faced Brazil.
However, the midfielder was only able to complete 35 minutes of the game with the South Americans, when a lowe back problem flared up.
After the match, Southgate said he expected the issue to “settle down fairly quickly” and praised the contribution of Loftus-Cheek, whom he coached in the under-21s, as “absolutely outstanding”.
In a post on his personal Twitter account after the game, Loftus-Cheek wrote: “Disappointing to have my night cut short after being on the pitch with some amazing players. Will stay positive after a good week.”
An update on whether Loftus-Cheek will be available for Palace’s upcoming Premier League match is expected when Roy Hodgson holds a press conference on Thursday afternoon.
The Eagles currently sit bottom of the table, and have picked up just one point since recording their first and only win of the season, when they defeated Chelsea on October 14.