All 23 England players take part in Monday morning's training session, despite fears that skipper Jordan Henderson is carrying a hamstring injury.
Jordan Henderson and Jamie Vardy have eased concerns over their fitness ahead of England's World Cup semi-final against Croatia after taking part in training on Monday.
Vardy was an unused substitute in the 2-0 win over Sweden in the last round due to a groin injury, while Henderson has been suffering from a tight hamstring.
There had been fears that England would be without their skipper for Wednesday's showdown with Croatia in Moscow, but both he and Leicester City striker Vardy are now back in contention.
Both players were present in this morning's session, with all 23 players being put through their paces by Gareth Southgate and his coaching staff.
Henderson has started all but one of the Three Lions' five World Cup outings, compared to one start - in the 1-0 defeat to Belgium - for Vardy.
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