LONDON (AFP) Fabio Capello plans to add another English coach to his back-room staff as the England manager looks to the future after his teams woeful performance at the World Cup. Capello revealed the move at a meeting with the Club England board on Thursday, when the Italian also vowed to carry out a review into Englands second round exit in South Africa. England won just one of their four matches at the World Cup and were thrashed 4-1 by Germany in the last 16, but Capello has signalled his determination to learn from that chastening experience. With qualifying for Euro 2012 starting in September, Capello is keen to be seen to move on from the World Cup debacle and he will work with Sir Trevor Brooking, a member of the Club England board, to identify suitable candidates who could be fast-tracked onto his coaching staff. Although it had been claimed Capello was unhappy with the performances of Stuart Pearce and Ray Clemence, the two Englishman currently working with him, the former AC Milan boss is reported to have expressed confidence in both. The new coach will work alongside Pearce as well as Capello and will provide support for the Italian while Pearce performs his other role as England Under-21 boss. The plan is seen as a chance to begin grooming an English coach as a possible successor to Capello. None of Capellos Italian assistants will be leaving despite claims that Franco Baldini, the England general manager, was considering offers to return to Italy. Brooking is taking on an increased role in the England set-up and will work with Capello to improve the skills and development of English coaches. Brooking will also provide recommendations in relation to international player development and coach education set-up. Capello has been backed by the FA despite Englands poor showing in South Africa and is expected to focus on youth for the friendly against Hungary on August 11. The Italian is set to bring Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart and his club colleague Adam Johnson, the former Middlesbrough winger, into his team. There could also be call-ups for teenage Arsenal winger Jack Wilshire and Everton midfielder Jack Rodwell in the near future.