Dele Alli trained with his England teammates the morning after Gareth Southgate's men hammered Panama as the attacking midfielder looks to prove his fitness for Belgium.

The 22-year-old Tottenham star was reduced to a watching brief yesterday as a slight thigh strain kept him out of the memorable 6-1 win in the heat and humidity of Nizhny Novgorod.

Alli only returned to training on Saturday after picking up - and playing through - the issue in the first half of England's 2-1 win against Tunisia at the start of last week.

The attacking midfielder again trained as the non-starters worked at the Three Lions' Spartak Zelenogorsk facility this morning.

Southgate now faces a decision on whether to use him against Belgium as the Three Lions look to seal top spot with progress to the last-16 already assured.

"Dele is progressing well," the England boss said after yesterday's game.

"Obviously he hasn't had the opportunity to train on the field (on Sunday), he did a different sort of session.

"So, we'll know how close for the Belgium game he is after (Monday) I would think but we're pleased with the progress so far.

"It takes pressure out of the decision in playing him in that game, but if he's ready then it's also a good opportunity for him."

England's starters did recovery work at their Repino hotel today, including right-back Kieran Trippier who was withdrawn in the 70th minute against Panama.

"Kieran was feeling a tiny twinge just towards half-time," Southgate said.

"But then came over and said he was absolutely fine but we weren't prepared to take a chance, so we got him off."