"The preparation is still the same, we are a team, it is all about the team and everybody sticks together - the manager chooses the best team to face the opponent", he said.
"But my focus can't be that I'm a tourist and I'm chuffed to be here, and I will for sure enjoy the experience because I know too many things I did in the past I didn't take in".
"But players are aware there is that extra spotlight on them".
Asked by Sky Sports News about negative attitudes creeping in, Delph replied: "No I don't think so".
"Hopefully we can go there and play with a freedom that other England teams haven't had". We have looked at this and put a plan in place to get me back as fast as possible.
It's not just about the players feeding a voracious traveling media pack with material.
England worldwide, Danny Rose, says the Three Lions are better prepared for the World Cup, thanks to their embarrassment at the hands of Iceland at Euro 2016.
"If anything the atmosphere out there seems a bit quieter", Matt said. Fit-again forward Wahbi Khazri, who has turned in strong performances for French side Rennes, and left-back Ali Maaloul are players to watch.
Tropical Storm Beryl has formed in the Atlantic Ocean
On May 31, Klotzbach was predicting a total of 14 named storms, six hurricanes and two major hurricanes - category 3 or stronger. The National Hurricane Center is tracking a tropical depression that has formed in the Atlantic Ocean.
Budweiser has also announced Gerrard as their official World Cup Ambassador for their FIFA World Cup campaign today, who knows just how important fans are when it comes to spurring on a team for a landmark victory. A bemusing, running theme in the British papers at Euro 2016 in France was the players' refusal to divulge any details of a darts tournament.
Coming to Tunisia, they are playing in their fifth World Cup but they have never got beyond the group stages.
Delph appears to have a close relationship with Southgate, despite only making his first England appearance under him earlier this month.
"But from the set-up we've done, it's pretty clear to see who is probably going to be starting".
"The first game of any tournament is huge", said Kane.
"It's about how we perform", Southgate said, "but there's a bigger picture".
England head coach Gareth Southgate answers a question at a press conference for the 2018 soccer World Cup, at the Volgograd Arena in Volgograd, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018.