Frankel is reported to have come out of his Sussex Stakes romp with flying colours and is firmly on course for the Juddmonte International at York later this month.
The unbeaten superstar took his winning run to 12 at Goodwood as he repeated his victory of last year in the Group One mile (1600m).
Sir Henry Cecil's colt will now step up to a mile and a quarter for the first time on August 22, in a race sponsored by his owner, Khalid Abdullah.
"I was delighted with Frankel on Wednesday in the Sussex Stakes," Cecil said on his website.
"He has grown up a lot mentally and took it all like a true professional
"The idea was to be as easy as we could with him as it was a warm-up to the Juddmonte International at York. He seems to have come out of yesterday's race really well and is on course for the Knavesmire."
Fans of Frankel could get to see him in action on September 16, in the Prix du Moulin at Longchamp, before he finishes his racing career at Ascot in October.
A run in France is not certain, however.
"He will finish off his racing career at Ascot on Champions Day in the Champion Stakes or Queen Elizabeth II Stakes," Cecil said.
"Whether, with the gap between York and Ascot, he contests the Prix du Moulin is questionable.
Maybe it will be beneficial leading up to Ascot but we will see. Frankel will tell me what course I should take."