England players kept their cards close to their chest when asked about Covid-19 vaccines following a report some of Gareth Southgate's squad were refusing to get the jab.
The Three Lions are preparing for World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and Hungary during the seventh international get-together since coronavirus changed the landscape.
This camp comes amid fresh scrutiny about vaccination rates within football, with The Sun claiming at the weekend that at least five members of the England squad were refusing to be vaccinated.
Republic of Ireland international Callum Robinson admitted that he had yet to take the vaccine, despite having contracted the virus on two occasions, with the 26-year-old saying that he believed that taking the vaccine was a personal choice.
Organisers of the Qatar World Cup are reportedly planning to ban unvaccinated players and manager Southgate last week admitted he did not know how many of his group had received both doses.
The England boss did a video urging the public to be vaccinated during the summer but his players gave away little about their thoughts on the matter on Wednesday.
AC Milan defender Fikayo Tomori - back in the squad for the first time since before the pandemic began - said: "Personally I haven't had any conversations about the vaccinations or anything like that. Just because it's a personal thing.
"I'm not going to ask if you're going to take the vaccine or not. It's not something that we're really talking about.
"The thing everyone is talking about is, 'Oh if I go here do you have to do this and that?'
"Those are the questions going around and what it's like in Italy and when you come back to England what do you have to do.
"In terms of that, those are the conversations we've had but in terms of the vaccine and stuff like that nothing really."
Tomori kept his vaccination status to himself and repeatedly said the decision was a "personal issue" for individuals.
"If I want to do what I want to do then that is it or if another player wants to do that it is a personal issue not just for every athlete but for people who are not athletes," he said.
"For me, it is a personal issue if I want to do it or I don't want to do it, that is it."
Tomori said the England doctor spoke to players about coronavirus protocols and regulations on Tuesday ahead of the upcoming fixtures and understands the interest in whether players have been vaccinated.
"Of course, we're public figures, in the public eye, so I definitely see why people are wondering or asking, 'If they're going to take it, I'm going to take it', 'If they're not going to take it, I'm not going to take it'," he added.
"I don't think it's my place to put it out there if I've done this or done that to influence people. It's to leave people to their own if they want to do it or not."
Ex-Chelsea team-mate Tammy Abraham confirmed he had been vaccinated against coronavirus but was reluctant to be drawn on the matter.
"It is a personal choice," the Roma striker said. "People are entitled to do what they want to do with their bodies.
"I am vaccinated. That is a personal choice. For me it was a different situation. I am vaccinated. That is a personal choice."
Asked if it was because of his asthmatic dad, Abraham added: "No. A personal thing for me.
"I have contracted the virus before, I am in Italy and for me it is the right thing to do. Everyone is entitled to do what they want to do and what is personal to them.
"They should make the decision to do what they want to do."