"My message to them is a very simple one. Not only do I expect them to behave as adults, I am going to demand it. It's a big responsibility but, if there is anyone who can't take that, then they aren't going to play a big part in my thinking in the future," the BBC quoted Hodgson, as saying.
He made it clear to the players that if they are caught misbehaving, they could face consequences.
Hodgson claimed that Chelsea's dramatic performance in the Champions League  could help England win the Euro 2012.
"It was an excellent Chelsea performance. Let's hope the players take that form to the Euros because if they play like that it will boost our chances. For once it's nice to see we in England can win a penalty shoot-out. That bodes well for the future," he said. (ANI )