Harry Kane admits the last time he faced Iceland it became one of his worst nightmares in an England shirt.
Kane was part of the Three Lions side that suffered a humiliating 2-1 defeat to the Scandanavian minnows to crash out of Euro 2016 in the last 16 stage.
The shocking night in Nice led to boss Roy Hodgson quitting in shame moments after the final whistle when he addressed the waiting media.
Kane, who has gone on to become England captain and establish himself as one of the best strikers in world football, admits the occasion was one of his lowest moments in international football.
But he believes he has learned from the experience ahead of this weekend's reunion with Iceland in Reykjavik in the group stages of the Nations League.
Kane said: "Yeah, it is definitely one of the toughest nights I've had in an England shirt.
"But it is a game I have definitely learnt from, obviously that was my first international tournament at the time.
"I was still inexperienced at that level and even club-level really. All throughout the journey in my career I have always tried to take nights like that as a chance to learn and improve from.
"I think I have definitely done that as a person, I think the team has definitely improved over the last four years so of course those games are always in your mind and you always think about what you can do better.
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"But we have moved on well, we are in a great place as a squad, an exciting team and I think we are all just really excited to be back playing for England to be honest it has been a long time.
"It has been great training here (St George's Park) with the boys and everyone is looking forward to it."