"We're going there to win it. We don't expect anything less and we'll be disappointed if we finish second... I feel like we have to have that mentality. We don't want to go there and just be a part of it. If we get the best out of each other then anything is possible," the 22-year-old said as quoted by the UK television channel Sky Sports.

England have reached the World Cup semi-finals just once since winning the tournament in 1966.

Russia will host its first-ever FIFA World Cup from June 14 to July 15 at 12 stadiums in 11 cities across the country.

England's first 2018 World Cup match will take place in Volgograd on June 18, where they will play Tunisia. The Three Lions will also face Panama and Belgium in Group G.