Mezut Ozil and team mate Julian Draxler are already looking ahead after their 2-0 defeat of Ukraine.

The victory wasn’t quite convincing as Ukraine put up a strong fight but the German experience gave them the edge. Both players already set their sights on the game against Poland.

On popular social media app, Instagram, the Arsenal play maker posted a selfie alongside his national team-mate with the caption “on our way to the training… Next challenge against Poland is already waiting for us on Thursday!”

The German team are already eager to seal qualification for the next stage. Ozil believes his team mate Bastian Schweinsteiger,31, found some form in their tournament opener, despite his poor run at Manchester United in the last campaign and the recurrent injuries. In the game against Ukraine in Lille, Schweinsteiger scored the second with the assist from Ozil who sent the cross. He scored the second for the Germans after Shkodran Mustafi scored the first.

On the goal Schweinsteiger scored, Ozil told reporters after the game played in Stade de France:

“I think it was important for him. He was injured for a long time and with that goal he’ll probably gain a lot more self-confidence.

“But the coach has also often said it, we need every player. It’s a long tournament and we need everyone to be fit. So we’re happy that Bastian got a goal because he’s an important player for us.”

The goal put the end to the contest as their opponents were pushing for a comeback though an equalizer. Schweinsteiger would most likely leave Manchester United this summer, after the Euro 2016 with Jose Mourinho at the helm of affairs now. The former Bayern Munich player will likely return to Germany to continue with his career.