England's FIFA executive committee member Geoff Thompson says Qatar should honour its commitment to play the 2022 World Cup in the summer
Thompson said unless there is clear medical evidence which proves players are at risk, the tournament should go ahead as plans rather than being brought forward by several months.
His comments come after Qatar's FIFA vice-president Mohamed bin Hammam last week rejected calls to move the tournament forward to January 2022, insisting that the country could cope with staging the event in June and July as planned.
"This should be a proper discussion and it is disappointing to me that people are talking about moving the tournament when Qatar bid to stage it at a certain time," Thompson told BBC Sport.
"It was never discussed at any [executive committee] meeting. At the end of the day, people are bidding for the World Cup at the appropriate time. The bidding document is clear about when it should be.
"We may believe that there is a risk but until we are presented with a medical report which shows clearly that people's health is at risk, until we get something concrete, then we shouldn't move it."
Last week, Asian Football Confederation president Bin Hammam had said he was "unimpressed" by recent comments from FIFA president Sepp Blatter as well as UEFA president Michel Platini, with the former looking to bring the tournament forward and the latter claiming Qatar should share the tournament with neighbouring Gulf states.
"I believe Qatar can stand alone and organise the competition by itself," said Bin Hammam. "I'm really not very impressed by these opinions to distribute the game over the Gulf or change the time from July to January.
"It's actually premature, it's people's opinions and they're just discussing it on no basis or no ground.
"We are very happy and we are promising the world that we are going to organise an amazing World Cup in June and July."