LONDON -- The 49ers returned to London on Monday with their sights set on extending a four-game winning streak. That means sightseeing isn't a priority, according to running back Frank Gore.

"As a team, we've got to know it's still a business trip, and we're there for a game," Gore said Sunday after the 49ers' 31-17 victory at Tennessee. "An NFL game can go any way. We have to be ready. We can't look at their record."

That would be the 0-7 record the Jacksonville Jaguars bring into Sunday's game at Wembley Stadium against the red-hot 49ers (5-2).

The 49ers will practice about a 30-minute drive north of London in the Hertfordshire countryside at the same resort in which they bunkered in 2010 before a victory over the Denver Broncos.

San Francisco 49ers’ Frank Gore (21) celebrates his touchdown against the Houston Texans in the first quarter at Candlestick Park in San Francisco,
San Francisco 49ers' Frank Gore (21) celebrates his touchdown against the Houston Texans in the first quarter at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, Calif., on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2013. (Nhat V. Meyer/Bay Area News Group)

Only about a third of that 2010 roster remains, and Gore is a part of it, so he is a credible source in terms of how this week should unfold.

Said Gore: "We have to be ready and go out there and be focused. Get the win and have the bye week."

The bye will come at the halfway point of the 49ers' season, one that began with a dominant victory over the Green Bay Packers before back-to-back losses to the Seattle Seahawks and the Indianapolis Colts. The 49ers are one game behind the NFC West-leading Seahawks (6-1).

Receiver Anquan Boldin, an 11th-year veteran, has never played overseas, but he did help the Arizona Cardinals defeat the 49ers 31-14 in Mexico City in 2005 as the NFL launched its international series, which since has been held in London.

"You have to make it as normal as possible, although you're out of your element," Boldin said. "You have to try to stick to your schedule, continue to do the things you've been doing up to this point.

"It's a task, because you're going across seas. For myself and a lot of the guys, we'll try to stick to our routine as much as possible."

After arriving Monday morning in London, the 49ers were scheduled to take part in a community-relations event at the Tottenham Hotspur soccer team's training facility. Practices will be closed to the public this week, with the NFL's minimum-required access granted to the media Wednesday through Friday.

So what is 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick most curious about for his first international experience?

"Getting ready for Jacksonville," Kaepernick replied after the victory Sunday. "We need another win before the bye week."

But they need to do some sightseeing, right?

"I'll probably go out with Vernon (Davis) and look around," Gore replied.

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SUNDAY'S GAME

49ers (5-2) vs. Jacksonville (0-7), in London, 10 a.m. FOX