Marcus Rashford will put his feet up when England's Euro 2020 adventure comes to an end after admitting he's been playing through the pain barrier for a while.
The Manchester United forward has played with shoulder and ankle problems this season, but his resilience has still allowed him to rack up the games.
His appearance off the bench against Croatia in Sunday's European Championship opener was the 74th game he's played in the previous 12 months and that tally could tick over again when England face Scotland on Friday.
Rashford insists he knows his body well and knows whether he can continue to play through the injuries he's battling and after a busy year he's ready for one final push with England this summer.
“I understand my body well, and it’s been a while for me without playing with things that hold you back in some way," Rashford said during an England press conference.
"It’s the last push for this season and then we get some time off, so I’m just concentrating on giving everything I can while I’m here with the team."
Rashford came off the bench for England on Sunday and could be used in a similar role on Friday night, when the Tartan Army visit Wembley.
While the Three Lions got off to a winning start, Scotland were beaten by the Czech Republic at Hampden Park and travel south knowing they need a result.
Whatever role Rashford plays, he knows he still has a part to play if England are to taste success in Euro 2020.
“Every single player wants to play, but from the tournaments I’ve been to in the past, it’s clear you need everyone to go a long distance in a tournament," he said.
"Whether you’re on the bench or starting you have to be ready to come on and do your best, it’s important we keep that mentality.
“You want to play every game, it’s about your reaction to that, if you start sulking or not training properly it doesn’t have a good effect on the team. We all want to be pushing each other, it’s the manager’s decision and you have to respect that. For me, I just keep working hard in training and in the games when I do come on or I start."