The Swansea goalkeeper believe his top flight experience can help his country to victory as the Three Lions begin life without Fabio CapelloSwansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm says he will use his knowledge of England players in the Premier League to help his Netherlands team to a victory at Wembley.
The 28-year-old former Utrecht player has impressed in the top flight ever since Brendan Rodgers brought him to Swansea at the beginning of the season.
Vorm says he now knows England players such as Wayne Rooney and this can help his manager Bert van Marwijk figure out what needs to be done to stop them.
He told Sky Sports News: "I know every player in the Premier League and how they play.
"If the manager needs to know something about Rooney or Bent or anyone else, I think I'm in a good position to help.
Vorm knows that he faces stiff competition from the current first-choice goalkeeper Roma's Maarten Stekelenburg, but he has vowed to help his team-mates even if he isn't in the starting line-up.
Vorm continued: "Selected or not, I'm part of a squad that wants to beat England."The 28-year-old has nine appearances for the Netherlands and will hope to increase that number in the friendly against England at Wembley on Wednesday.