England's Ox growing stronger and stronger after rapid rise with Three Lions stardom
European Championships, where he started the opening game against France in Donetsk.
Oxlade-Chamberlain has certainly come a long way in a short time since being signed by Arsene Wenger as a raw talent from Southampton two years ago.
Better and better: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, pictured here with the new Vauxhall Adam, intends to take everything in his stride as England push on towards the World Cup
The midfielder, though, is determined to keep himself focused on each new challenge as it comes along.
Speaking at an event organised by England sponsor’s Vauxhall, Oxlade-Chamberlain told Press Association Sport: 'I have a bit more experience now, from both club and international level, on and off the pitch.
'The experience of going to the Euros with tournament football stands me in better stead looking towards the World Cup, but I still have a lot of hard work to do to make that squad for Brazil, if we do qualify.'
Oxlade-Chamberlain added: 'My progress into the first-team at Arsenal and the senior England squad was quite quick, probably quicker than I ever thought it was going to be.
Room to grow: The 19-year-old is likely to play in England's qualifying double header with San Marino and Montenegro this weekend
'I really just try to keep my head down, focused on my targets, and take everything in my stride.
'I have only achieved a tiny percentage of what I want to achieve in a small fraction of my career.
'I know I have got a lot more hard work to do and a long way to go, so I don’t really think about how quick things have gone because I just want to keep improving myself and keep pushing on.'
Unfazed: Oxlade-Chamberlain fighting the elements and Swansea's Angel Rangel in Saturday's 2-0 win at Swansea
Natural similarities are drawn between the progress of Oxlade-Chamberlain and his Arsenal team-mate Theo Walcott, another product of the Southampton Academy and now regular for Roy Hodgson’s England squad.
'Theo is a brilliant player, so I don’t really mind getting compared to him,' Oxlade-Chamberlain said.
'He really helps me out a lot and has done ever since I stepped into Arsenal and coming away with England.
Young gunner: Oxlade-Chamberlain has been inevitably compared to teammate Theo Walcott
'This season he has been really good for Arsenal, scoring a lot of goals, which is what I am trying to add to my game, so I can learn from him in that sense.
'But I don’t really look at it in terms of what he has done and what I am doing, I just focus on what I need to do to achieve the goals I set for myself.'
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