The visitors have seen their ticket allocation increased for the match by the Football Association, with 18,000 supporters expected to turn up.
"If it adds to the atmosphere, it is great," the Everton full-back told reporters. "If these away fans add to the atmosphere the home fans are going to produce, then it just adds to the occasion.
"It could [give Poland a boost] but, to put a more positive spin on it, you'd rather play in a stadium with a good atmosphere, rather than it be a half-empty stadium."
England go into their final qualifier at the top of Group H, one point above second-placed Ukraine.