England winger Theo Walcott says that they have no intention of fighting for a draw in the Ukraine on Tuesday - as they want to win.
The Three Lions have the chance to cement their place at the top of Group H after their 4-0 win over Moldova took them to the summit on Friday night.
Montenegro could only manage a draw at home to Poland and if England secure points in Kiev on Tuesday, they can stretch their advantage.
"We always go in to games trying to win them. We don't want to go out there and try to get a draw," the Arsenal winger said. "That's when we could be caught on the break.
"We have a lot of pace in this team. They will have to come at us and I think that could work in our favour."
Walcott has fond memories of Kiev, with the winger have netted a stunning goal against Sweden there during Euro 2012, and he is hoping for a similar performance.
"It's going to be really nice looking for that goal again and I go there feeling very confident as do the team as well," the 24-year-old said.
"That was a great occasion for myself scoring that night but I need to concentrate on getting the points now on Tuesday.
"They did very well on Friday. They scored nine goals (against San Marino) so they will go in to the match on a positive note."
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