Right, we're back.
With a just a year's delay, the Euros are back on and everyone is finally qualified and ready to go... pandemic permitting, of course.
Last time we assessed the state of Gareth Southgate's options it was February, so a fair amount has changed since then.
We now know that the Three Lions will face Croatia, Czech Republic and Scotland next summer, we know that Dominic Calvert-Lewin is for real and we know that football in empty stadiums just isn't as good.
Anyway, last point aside, here are the form 23 England stars for the summer's squad if picked today, ranked by how secure their seat on the plane to...errrm...wherever the tournament will be held in the end.
23. Conor Coady
Conor Coady is a good footballer and even better future Jamie Carragher replacement on Sky Sports.
He's also an excellent option to have in a three at the back but his inclusion, as the least experienced of England's options, may depend on the fitness of others, namely Joseph Dave Gomez.
22. Kalvin Phillips
There are many young, exciting attacking midfielders who are English.
There are very few young, exciting defensive midfielders. Kalvin Phillips is certainly one.
Right now, he's probably in the 23 on balance but his place could depend on how the season goes for Harry Winks and Jude Bellingham.
21. Tyrone Mings
Doesn't make many tackles but Tyrone Mings is still having an excellent time at Aston Villa - who have conceded the joint-fewest in the Premier League thus far in 2020/21.
Michael Keane may push him hard for his seat on the plane.
20. Kieran Trippier
Ok, we all know England have got too many right backs.
However, there's a chance - as has been demonstrated in recent outings -that Kieran Trippier could go as left back. There's a chance.
Also Southgate really loves him.
19. Nick Pope
A year ago Pope was a shoo-in, even closing in on taking the number one seat off Jordan Pickford.
That looks much less likely today with Burnley's miserable form.
However, the lack of other English keepers means the worst Pope can really expect without serious injury is to drop to third choice.
18. Dean Henderson
While Pope needs to play better, Dean Henderson just needs to play!90min understands Southgate has told him as much.
Someone get this man a January loan move!
17. Phil Foden
Phil Foden is starting to look key for Manchester City and can play in a variety of positions.
Staying out of trouble is possibly his biggest battle now.
16. Eric Dier
Eric Dier was born to play centre back under Jose Mourinho.
He is now doing it and doing it well.
His added tournament nous probably makes him a shoo-in, barring injury or some mad Spurs collapse.
15. Reece James
Reece James is a very good young right back and getting better.
Many have suggested that in Southgate's preferred system there may be none better.
That might be extreme but his four caps this year (Trent Alexander-Arnold has just three) suggests the boss likes what he sees.
14. Jack Grealish
Simply too good to ignore, Jack Grealish is England's 'it boy' right now.
To paraphrase the German finance minister, Southgate may not like it but he's going to have to go along with it.
13. Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Here is Premier League joint-top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin explaining the difference between drip and sauce.
DCL has both drip and sauce.
12. Jordan Pickford
Whether you like it or not, Jordan Pickford is going to the Euros.
And he's going to get his rave on... and probably make an error leading to a goal.
11. Mason Mount
Mason Mount is not a teacher's pet. No, definitely not.
He is however a good midfielder who can player in a couple of different positions.
10. Kyle Walker
Only Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson have more caps than Kyle Walker's 51 from the latest squad.
He can play right back or in a back three. It's a testament to his quality and longevity that he hasn't just packed it in amid competition from about 4,000 challengers to his position.
9. Trent Alexander-Arnold
Four right backs, Jeremy? That's insane.
Well, who are you leaving at home?
8. Declan Rice
Declan Rice has started the season in fine form and, as one of precious few English defensive midfielders, he will be on that plane like white on... himself.
7. Jadon Sancho
20-year-old Jadon Sancho already has 16 England caps. That's mad.
The BuLi botherer hasn't been at his scintillating best yet in 2020/21 but has shut down suggestions that his 'little dip' in form is due to a failed Man Utd move.
6. Ben Chilwell
Alannis Morisette once sang, 'ten thousand spoons and all you need is a knife'.
Well, replace spoons with right backs and knives with left backs. Got it? Ben Chilwell is a bloody good knife.
5. Marcus Rashford
Assuming he's not already Prime Minister by then, Dr Marcus Rashford MBE will be on the plane.
4. Harry Maguire
Dr Slabhead will be joining his esteemed Manchester United colleague onboard too.
He might be divisive. He might not be perfect. He might have a big head, but he is England's best centre back and he showed it against Ireland.
3. Raheem Sterling
Has Raheem Sterling been at his best for Manchester City this season? Probably not.
Is he still England's best attacker all things considered and one of very few genuinely world class talents? Probably, yeah.
2. Jordan Henderson
England's vice-captain Jordan Henderson has started the season in great shape for Liverpool and is a leader of men.
Southgate may shuffle his pack for the 'lesser' fixtures but you better believe Hendo - who was England's Player of the Year in 2019 - will be one of the first names on the teamsheet (and flight manifest) come tournament time.
1. Harry Kane
Back and better than ever, the delay of the Euros was a blessing in disguise for Harry Kane (and all of England) with the Spurs striker crocked last spring.
Now, don't hurt yourself again!