Under Southgate, this young squad has seen its popularity soar in the eyes of the English public and Kane says a happy family atmosphere around the camp is serving as extra motivation to extend their campaign. The Spurs hot-shot in an interview after the game said: "There is still a game ahead, an exciting event, the semi-final".
The Foxes' defender headed England into a 1-0 lead in the first half of their World Cup quarter-final clash with Sweden, with his first goal for his country. But it would be a shame to be in Russian Federation for a couple of weeks and not get a chance to come to Moscow so we intend to stay there for the very last game.
"We'd been spending a lot of time on set pieces, right down to the details, all the runs, and the blocks", said midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek.
"Look, we just enjoy being here".
"We wanted to play good football, we wanted to work hard, play with a passion and I thought we've done that". He wasn't even guaranteed a starting place in Gareth Southgate's side, but he took his chance well against Tunisia, and since then, he has only got better - or so they say.
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The 1,200-word statement, attributed to an unnamed Foreign Ministry spokesman, outlined North Korean thinking at length. It said the US side had shown little interest, giving "certain conditions and excuses".
"We want to be here until the end".
"We've just got to try and keep it going, we're one step closer to what is the biggest game as a professional".
However, ex-England and Manchester United pair David Beckham and Gary Neville have voiced their support for the 23-year-old and Dalic also rates him highly.
"As players, as a professional, we know our job on and off the pitch".
"So to be here, to be part of it, I'm so proud". "We managed to stop Messi and [Christian] Eriksson so hopefully we can stop Kane".