New Wembley captain says he has learned from mistakes ahead of Millennium Stadium clash.
England captain John Terry insists the national squad has no problem with him being re-instated as skipper for the Euro 2012 qualifier against Wales.
Manager Fabio Capello handed Terry the honour after deciding Rio Ferdinand was never fit enough to lead his country out onto the field.
One year ago Terry was stripped of the captaincy by the Italian after it was revealed the Chelsea defender had an affair with the ex-girlfriend of former team-mate Wayne Bridge.
Rumours circulated that the decision has proved divisive among some England players, but Terry revealed they were all given the chance to voice their opinion.
“The manager pulled everyone together on the training pitch to say I was captain and asked if there were any questions,” Terry said.
“Nobody has spoken, nobody said a word to the manager this morning, nobody has said a word to me.
“If anyone had any problems I would respect them if they came to me as I have read a bit the last few days about people not being happy.
“But as a group of players we come together to pull on the shirt and represent the country and that is the most important thing.”