We see Joe walking around St George’s Park, the home of The Nike Academy. We see him here whenever he’s with England, for him to come along and put a session on, it’s a brilliant buzz. It’s one of the great perks of working here you know, meeting these world class players and what an experience for the lads. We wanted to do a warm-up and just a little bit of a quick thinking thing, some reaction stuff little hand serves, gradually taking it back with volleys. Try and stand a bit taller, don’t be so ‘ah’, just use your height. Stay up, OK. You know something that Joe believes a lot, and he’s very strong about, is that your feet help you make the saves. If you can’t get into line and cover your goal, you won’t make the saves. So I would make the save here, I’d see it and then you set, just stop even if you’re not in position. OK. He also talked about working three yards out. So you give yourself time to see the ball, you give yourself a little bit of margin for error if the ball goes through you. Great take, Tim! Fantastic! Great hands pal. Great for them as well when he goes in, he demonstrates and shows how a pro talks to his defence. Bilal get to him, show him outside, show him outside, Bilal! Cover, cover! The real meaning and the purpose in his voice and the way he demanded from his defenders and you could already see from the beginning to the end that they took some of the things on board and made some of those saves. Good save, Miguel. Love that, go the other way. Tim, you throw it up there. You boys have got natural ability, I’ve got natural ability but the most important thing is saving the stuff that you should save, you know, being reliable. Which if I could give that to a younger keeper, is just try and be good at the simple stuff. And then with your natural ability, the other stuff will come with you.