The Collection midfielder has been decided out for six several weeks after breaking his remaining feet and the Britain administrator says that no-one is assured a position on the plane to Brazil
England administrator Roy Hodgson is insistent that he will only consist of 100 % fit gamers in his Fifa World Cup 2014 team.
Despite originally allaying worries of a lay-off, Port Wilshere has been decided out for six several weeks following a bashing task by Daniel Agger in the 1-0 win over Denmark on Wed.
And Hodgson, discussing before the real level of the midfielder's damage was exposed, seems that those not offering complete health and fitness will not be able to last during the active competition routine - such as Scott Parker during European 2012.
"I don't think any gamer would anticipate me to demonstrate commitment at some point when they are not 100 % fit over someone who is 100% fit and can do a excellent job," he informed journalists.
"Will I create the same ... mistake? Well, [Parker] performed all the activities so that's severe on him because he wasn't 100%.
"I would like to think that the response to the query is apparent and one desires one wouldn't do that.
"With the number of individuals banging quite intensely on the entrance, it would be a bit sad to keep [out] someone who is 100% fit and in amazing type if someone else wasn't fit and might just restore during the competition."
In inclusion, Hodgson managed that no one gamer is assured a position on the aircraft to South america despite the Three Tigers not again being in activity until his 30-man provisional team is declared on May 13.
"It would be an error to begin trying to study my thoughts because I haven't decided," the Britain manager said.
"I wish you're not going to do that because Honest Lampard and Ashley Cole are very much in my thoughts. He [Lampard] is no more insecure than anyone else."