England aim for World Cup quarter-finals

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Harry Kane hopes a shift in mentality will help England have a successful World Cup in Russian Federation. That's what we are trying to instill into the team.

"It's going to be hard, but it's possible we'll become world champions, we have the players and the coaching staff for it, some of us play in the best clubs in the world and are in the top of the league", he told t-online.

Kane further revealed that England, who are famous for their bad record in shootouts, would look to play the attacking game and focus more on scoring.

Southgate, who experienced the pitfalls of global football when he missed a penalty in the shootout loss to old foes Germany in the Euro '96 semi-finals hosted in England, did not wish to heighten expectations which has so often been a crushing burden for the national side.

"There will be tough moments and there will be ups and downs".

"I'm always happy to be able to play with him, we do not meet so often", he added.

"We ask people to pay a lot of money to watch football".

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Roberto Martinez's side head to Russian Federation to face England, Tunisia and Panama in Group G.

"It's the one competition that everybody dreams of winning".

The 24-year-old is expected to start in goal for England on June 18 against Tunisia, as The Three Lions jet out to Russian Federation for this summer's World Cup.

The 1966 World Cup winners failed to get out of the group in 2014, when they were defeated by Italy and Uruguay, and lost 4-1 to Germany in the round of 16 in 2010.

For instance, at a recently media day, all 23 players in the World Cup squad were available for journalists to speak to freely.

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