Phil Foden admits England need to start winning tournaments.
The Three Lions have not won anything since landing the World Cup on home soil back in 1966.
Since then England have endured a catalogue of failures that have left frustrated fans heartbroken.
In the past 54 years England have lost four semi finals, including the crushing 2-1 defeat to Croatia at the World Cup in 2018 under current boss Gareth Southgate.
Southgate is hoping to go one better next summer and lead his side to glory at the delayed Euro 2020 finals on home soil.
Foden reckons the future is bright under Southgate - but admits England need to start fulfilling their potential by claiming some silverware.
The Manchester City ace said: "I want to try and keep the shirt and play for England for many years. I feel like, as a team, we can go further than what we have in the past.
"I feel really confident with the way we are going and the players that we have got. We need to start winning tournaments - and I hope in the future we can do that.
"With the team we've got now, we've got Champions League winners and Premier League winners with more experience. I feel that we're ready for the tournaments coming up and I feel we can build on the past and hopefully get to the final one day."
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Foden has been included in Southgate's squad for the first time for the Nations League Group A games in Iceland and Denmark, following an impressive end to last season with Pep Guardiola's men.
The 20-year-old was part of the England side that won the U17 World Cup in 2017 and he also won the Golden Ball for being the best player at the tournament.
Foden has been dubbed the next superstar of English football, but insists nothing will faze either him or his team-mates in their quest to land a trophy under Southgate.
He added: "We are a young team and nothing fazes us. We just go out and play our football.
"I think that is a good thing because we don't think too much and we can start controlling games now. We have the players for that and I'm really confident for the future."