Harry Kane wants to follow in Bobby Moore’s footsteps.
The England captain will be marching his team in the Euro 2020 final against Italy and will be looking to win a major trophy since England’s World Cup triumph in 1966.
He was compared with Bobby Moore who skippered the England squad to their first World Cup in 1966.
Kane told reporters: “Whenever your name is mentioned in the same company as players like that, it only gives you motivation, gives you confidence.
“Of course it would be an incredible achievement. We’ve all waited so long as players, as public, as people to see us in a final. So these are the opportunities you have to grab with both hands.
“We have an amazing chance to win our second major trophy as a country. The players we’ve had over the years and produced, we feel proud to be representing them as well.
“We’ve got to be excited for it, we’ve got to enjoy it, but of course, any football match, we’re all winners here, we all want to win, and we’re going to need every bit of that to get the job done on Sunday.”