The goalkeeper believes Roy Hodgson's men have proven their credentials against the world's best and are on track for a place in Brazil 2014.
Joe Hart insists England has no fears over failing to qualify for the World Cup in Brazil next year.
The Three Lions are currently second in Group H and trail leader Montenegro by two points after six games, while four qualifying matches are still left to play.
Manchester City goalkeeper Hart, who will line up for Roy Hodgson's men against Brazil in Sunday's friendly at the Maracana Stadium, is confident England can push through qualification, saying it has already proven itself by beating some of the best teams around the globe.
"That's not really the way we think," Hart told Sky Sports. "You don't live in fear. If we do win all our games, which is perfectly in our power to do, then we will be back here in Brazil.
"Unfortunately we have not got the results we wanted in all the games but we have left ourselves in a good position to finish strongly, we have good home games to play.
"Hopefully we can win all of them and then have a tough game in Ukraine and then it will take care of itself.
"It's hard but we are up there and we believe we can do it, we have beaten Brazil, we beat Spain and got a few good results in the Euros last year."