Mood in England camp is 'really high' - Bowen

Jarrod Bowen says the mood inside the England camp is "really high" despite an underwhelming start to their Euro 2024 campaign.

The Three Lions followed up a narrow 1-0 win over Serbia with a flat and uninspiring performance in a 1-1 draw with Denmark in Frankfurt on Thursday.

England can win Group C - and secure a last-16 tie against a third-placed finisher - if they beat Slovenia in Cologne on Tuesday (20:00 BST).

However, they could face Germany if Gareth Southgate's side finish runners-up, and the tournament hosts win Group A.

There has been criticism of Southgate and his side's performances from former England players in the wake of the Denmark game.

But Bowen, speaking on Saturday, said the squad were "trying not to get involved in the outside world".

"We have a real tight group, a real togetherness," said the West Ham forward, who has come on as a substitute in both games, playing a total of 35 minutes at the tournament.

"We're still in control of our own destiny. We're calm about it. The mood is really high. We're not bottom with two defeats. We're still in a really good position."