Racism in football can not be solved overnight, says Danny Rose

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Once the domestic season is over Kane, who insists club rivalries are easily put to one side on England duty, will lead his country into the Nations League finals in June and feels winning the first version of the competition will beat anything achieved in Russian Federation.

Jordan Henderson says England are ready to fulfil the growing expectations around their vibrant young team as the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign starts with the Czech Republic's visit to Wembley on Friday.

"If we go and have a good summer and win that trophy, in my eyes, is a better year. It is important we start well and hopefully build on that".

"As an England team we want that flair and flexibility".

Kane concedes that England supporters now believe their team can be successful but feels they have handled the pressure well since returning from Russian Federation.

"People now expect us to do well and before the World Cup there was no expectation, so it's great that we've turned that around", Kane was quoted as saying by the BBC.

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"Whether we play for one club or another, when we come here we get on very well".

"I think we've handled it really well since the World Cup".

Serbia were fined £65,000 and ordered to play one Under-21 game behind closed doors, but Rose later claimed he had become "numb" to racial abuse and said he had "no faith" in the authorities to deal with it.

"But from the outside and from other teams, whenever they play England they are always going to want to win and be right at it really so we need to make sure that we are as well".

And the World Cup Golden Boot victor thinks he is "in the zone" in front of goal ahead of a massive three months for club and country with Spurs set to face Manchester City in the Champions League quarter-finals and in a battle for a top-four Premier League finish.

Asked if the players have to be reminded to park their club affiliations when they join up with England, the Tottenham striker added: "It kind of happens naturally". When I first came in this week we had a bit of banter. Of course we back ourselves to go through but we still have to go and do it.

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