Kolbeinn Sigthorsson is on a mission to help Iceland pile more pain on England.
Gareth Southgate 's men face an uncomfortable reunion with the Scandanavian minnows in the Nations League on Saturday.
The Group A showdown will be the first time the Three Lions have faced Iceland since losing to them in the last 16 of Euro 2016 in Nice.
The 2-1 defeat still ranks as one of the most humiliating in England's history - and resulted in Roy Hodgson quitting as boss minutes after the final whistle.
Much has changed since that fateful night in the south of France, with Southgate leading England to two semi-finals after developing an exciting young side the world has taken notice of.
But Sigthorsson, 30, who scored what proved to be the winning goal four years ago, believes Iceland could still have a psychological advantage over their rivals because what happened last time might still be in their heads.
The AIK Sweden striker said: "This is a game against England and we have good memories from the last game against them.
"This is a fun challenge and we look forward to it. We want to get results, we want to win. It would be great if we could get a good result against England again.
"If we have a good game and play a good defensive game especially, keep our tactics, do not give a lot of chances, and use good counter-attacks and are sharp forward, then it is difficult to play against us.
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"It needs to work up and click well because the English have a great team and it has gone well for them in recent years after we beat them.
"England have the wind in their sales and they are playing with a lot of confidence, but hopefully they have not forgotten the last game and that could help us."
Iceland have a number of key players missing, but Sigthorsson insists the team will be able to cope and he added: "These are key players in our team who have been in the team for many years.
"Of course we will miss them in this game, but that's just the way it is. But when people fall out, others come in. Those who come in need to take the opportunity and fill in what is lost with the players who do not come. You can replace one another."