'Those (three new) guys have fitted in off the field no problem which helps them to fit in on the field - and they're good players, so in training they look fine.
"The message is we have a lot of young players to pick from", he said.
Gareth Southgate has admitted he is considering practicing penalty-shootouts before England travel to Russian Federation for next year's World Cup.
Their last two major tournament appearances have seen them on the plane home before the quarter finals, but Gareth Southgate is already thinking about how his side might negotiate the knock-out stages of the World Cup, should they make it that far.
The Three Lions played out a goalless draw against Die Mannschaft on Friday and continue their preparations for the 2018 World Cup with another friendly global against the Samba Kings tonight.
The boss needs no reminding about England's woe in shootouts, having missed the vital penalty in the heartbreaking Euro 96 semi-final defeat to Germany.
"In the beginning of that run very few matches went to penalty shootouts, it was a fairly unique experience, you didn't face it very often with your club".
"After a period of defeats, there is something more to it". "He is clearly one of the best players in the world at this moment in time".
"It's something that we are considering how we prepare best for penalty shoot-outs", he said.