The FA hope the lure of two major tournaments in three years will convince Gareth Southgate to commit his long-term future to England.
Formal talks between Southgate and the FA over a new contract are planned, despite the manager raising doubts over his position beyond next year’s World Cup.
The FA hope the congested nature of the international calendar, as a result of Covid, will see Southgate want to remain in his position until the next Euros.
His current deal is due to end after Qatar 2022, but English football’s governing body have already told him they want him to carry on.
With the World Cup due to be staged midway through the season, it means the following Euros will take place just 18 months later in Germany, giving Southgate two tournaments in quick succession.
FA chief executive Mark Bullingham insisted the England manager’s position was secure regardless of what happened at these Euros.