Manchester City defender John Stones says the players are determined to make history by beating Germany in Tuesday’s Euro 2020 round of 16.
He stated that they want to change the narrative of the team at the competition by winning the competition.
But Stones, now a serial winner with Manchester City along with the likes of Raheem Sterling, Kyle Walker and Phil Foden, is joined in the England squad by recent Champions League winners such as Jordan Henderson, Mason Mount, Ben Chilwell and Reece James and insists that he can sense a change in mentality around the team.
Stones said: “Ever since Gareth has come in, we have tried to get to know what the boys like and what they want to do in those situations.
“Some might want to be left alone, or some might be feeling tired and want a massage.
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“You want to see things, to visually prepare, so we have found out what everyone wants and needs and have everything ready if they decide to go down a certain path.
“It’s not a mad scramble. We don’t want to look like we are unprepared.
“We want to be going into games knowing that we have ticked every box, knowing that when a certain situation comes no-one is panicking saying ‘do you want to go third?’
“Everything is set out. We can go into it clear-minded and do your process and get the job done.
“That’s what you’ve got to do if you want to be successful, like in the World Cup against Columbia.”