Hannah England is determined to end her magnificent 2011 in style on Saturday.

And then the 24-year-old admits she cannot wait to put her feet up.

England is still on a high after claiming the silver medal in the 1,500m at the World Championships in South Korea earlier this month.

She flies out to America to compete in her last major event of the outdoor season at the weekend, confident that a long season has not taken its toll.

The Oxford City athlete takes part in the Fifth Avenue Mile in New York for the third year in a row, looking to improve on her fourth-place finish in 2010.

But England knows it will be a tough ask as she renews rivalry with Jenny Simpson, who pipped her to gold in Daegu.

“I have finished fifth and fourth for the last two years, so I would obviously like to better that and finish 2011 on a real high,” she said.

After claiming her silver medal, England returned to the track for the first time at the end of last week.

She finished fifth in a 20-woman 1,500m Diamond League race in Brussels on Friday night, before then winning the Great North City Games in Newcastle less than 24 hours later.

“Life’s been pretty hectic,” she admitted. “I was really pleased with the weekend performances.

“I have enjoyed competing at the Great North City Games for the last three years, and was really focused on winning the event again.

“But I felt I couldn’t miss the opportunity to run in one last 1,500m in Brussels.

“The competition was really high class and I thought it was an important learning experience.

“I hadn’t been able to do much training since the World Championships, so I found it really exciting that I could still produce my second fastest time (4mins 2.07secs) and then come back and win a road mile less than 24 hours later.”

And after Saturday’s race, it will be time for her to take a well-earned break.

“I will have a few weeks rest after the weekend before I start my winter training for the 2012 track season, and hopefully the Olympics.”