Hills to remain in charge
Brent Hills will remain in charge of the England women's team for their next two World Cup qualifiers.
The Football Association have also confirmed it has deferred the appointment of a new permanent head coach.
Hills was handed the reins on an interim basis last month following the departure of Hope Powell, leading the team to wins over Belarus and Turkey.
England next take on Wales at The Den on October 26 before travelling to Turkey five days later, and the FA will wait until those two matches are completed before deciding who will be given the role full-time.
"Taking charge of my country for those two games was a real honour. I enjoyed every minute of it and I'm sure I will again," Hills said.
"England v Wales is always a game that stands out and I'm sure it will be a special occasion for both sets of players, staff and fans.
"Neither side will want to lose, but our target is another win so we'll put in the same amount of effort as we always do."
England have made just one change to their squad from last month's qualifiers with Laura Bassett replacing defender Anita Asante, who has a fractured metatarsal.
Squad: Karen Bardsley (Lincoln Ladies), Rachel Brown-Finnis (Everton), Siobhan Chamberlain (Bristol Academy); Laura Bassett (Birmingham City), Gemma Bonner (Liverpool), Sophie Bradley (Lincoln Ladies), Lucy Bronze (Liverpool), Steph Houghton (Arsenal), Alex Scott (Arsenal), Casey Stoney (Lincoln Ladies); Jade Moore (Birmingham City), Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal), Jill Scott (Everton), Fara Williams (Liverpool), Eniola Aluko (Chelsea), Karen Carney (Birmingham City), Danielle Carter (Arsenal), Jess Clarke (Lincoln Ladies), Rachel Yankey (Arsenal); Natasha Dowie (Liverpool), Toni Duggan (Everton), Ellen White (Arsenal).