Having reached the inaugural finals of the competition in Portugal last year, the Three Lions are on course to fall just short of the second edition following October’s shock 1-0 home loss to Denmark.
That defeat was a gut punch just days after securing an impressive 2-1 comeback win against Belgium, where England travel on Sunday needing to win to keep their hopes of topping Group A2 alive.
Asked how tall an order it will be to win in Belgium, the England manager said: “Well, I think we know – they’ve lost two games in 28, so they’re a fantastic team and they’ve proven that over a long period of time.
“But our aim is to be the best team in the world and we’ve got to hunt these teams down.
“We were able to do it at Wembley. I think we saw what a top side they are there, so we know that we had to be at our very best with and without the ball to get that result.
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How to watch Belgium vs England
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