Manager Fabio Capello says he dreams of winning the World Cup with England.
England start their latest quest for World Cup success on Saturday against the United States. Victory would go a long way to securing a passage into the knock-out stages and the Italian believes his side can achieve that goal.
The 63-year-old said: “It was a dream to be England manager and I hope the next dream comes off too. It is fantastic. It is exciting. It is a tough job.
“Behind me there is a whole country. I have to live with this pressure.”
On the prospect of success, he added: “It would be my biggest achievement. Always, I am focused to win. Always, I look ahead.
“I have built teams and worked with teams. All that matters to me is to win. We play to win. I exist to win.”
However Capello said responsibility for success was not entirely his responsibility.
He added: “I have always said that a manager is important, he has his worth. But without good players you cannot win. Either you have a band or you have an orchestra.”