Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has welcomed the addition of goalline technology at the Club World Cup in Japan as FIFA test the GoalRef and Hawkeye systems.
The Blues are preparing to face Mexican outfit Monterrey in the semi-finals of the competition, where they will become the first English team to experience the new technology.
Lampard, who had a goal wrongly disallowed against Germany at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, is looking forward to seeing the technology in action first hand.
"We all want calls to be 100 per cent right, whether it goes for or against your team and it will clarify what has happened to everyone - and it will be pretty exciting," he told Sky Sports.
"It's been quite a long time coming, so many crucial goals over the last few seasons in club and international football.
"It's too important an issue to let it go any more. It's a no-brainer to bring it in and make the calls correctly."
Lampard also talked about the goal that never was which sent the Three Lions crashing out of the 2010 World Cup.
"Of course, it was such a high-profile game in the World Cup, England against Germany, and such a blatant case of the ball crossing the line," he added.
"It made everybody sit up and take notice a bit. Certainly, it would've been a different game.
"We talk about an emphatic defeat, but if it had been 2-2 at half-time, we would've had the momentum and we could've played without having to chase another goal straight away.
"It would've been a different game. Whether we'd have won, you never know. It was painful that summer but football changes. I've moved on. It still catches the nerves a bit when I see it but I can't dwell on that."