Chamberlain travels to Warsaw full of confidence after scoring his first international goal in the 5-0 win over San Marino on Friday.
The Arsenal youngster has claimed that while Poland deserve respect, it is a game that the Three Lions expect to win.
He told the Football Association's official website: "We know Poland are a good side but at the same time we've got to have faith in our own ability.
"We don't go into games looking to lose, we just know we've got to respect the opposition and that's what we'll do.
"They've got a good team and we're going to prepare the same way we do for every game. We're just going to work hard and try and get the three points."
England lead Group H by three points from Montenegro and Poland, but have played a game more in the search for World Cup qualification.