The tweet, which blew up on social media, was captioned: "I still haven't booked any holidays".
That closed shop has opened its doors under Gareth Southgate and even now, with eight days to go until the start of the World Cup, Southgate's choice of keeper is not quite confirmed.
Pickford begun the 2-1 win at Wembley - just his third worldwide cap - after much speculation over whether he or Jack Butland would be Southgate's first choice stopper.
"A lot of countries do believe that England are a big threat in the World Cup", the Tottenham forward said. "I am not going to sit here and make that an excuse for what happened in the Euros", he said.
"To be honest I didn't really feel that in the last camp [Euro 2016]; it was pretty relaxed in the last camp as well".
"And, yeah, I feel I learned from the things I've done before, but it's not something I worry about at all".
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The Pharaohs play their final warm-up match in Belgium on Wednesday before opening their World Cup campaign against Uruguay on 15 June.
He added: "We have just got to do the business on the pitch now".
Captain Harry Kane will wear the number nine shirt, while a host of players will wear the same number as they do for their clubs. "Jesse Lingard's had a good season, you've got Rashford too", said the former Manchester United winger.
"The strengths of this squad are the willingness and desire to succeed and improve every day. It was hard to take", he said at England's St George's Park training centre on Tuesday. "I've got a lot of faith in this group of players, there are fantastic players in a close group and we have to use that".
"For us the focus is on the team, not on individuals".
"That was really important to the way we want to play. We have a great group of lads who want be courageous and give it everything they have got".