Defeat on Wednesday night to Croatia means England's wait for their first World Cup final since 1966, but Kane says Gareth Southgate's men can be proud of their performance at Russian Federation 2018.
The tournament's top goalscorer with six goals, Kane himself missed a huge chance to give England breathing space in the first half. "It's to go again and try to achieve our dreams".
Kane was then rested for a narrow defeat to Belgium before being restored to the starting XI by Gareth Southgate for a memorable last-16 defeat of Colombia, a match in which he netted from the penalty spot both during normal time and in the subsequent shootout. The players have spoken about how they have been keeping track online of the scenes back home while Southgate believes winning in Russian Federation would be bigger than 1966, the only time England have won the World Cup, due to the global reach and worldwide connectivity of the game. "We felt we were good enough but have fallen just a bit short".
Southgate added: "You learn from situations in life and you are stronger for these moments and of course when I look at where we are in a tournament, I am proud of the way the players have played".
England opener Jason Roy took to Twitter and wrote,"Did us proud @England".
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However, Lovren believes that his achievements confirm that he is among the world's best players in his position. He added: "Today everyone in Croatia and around the world knows that we managed to make history".
England manager Gareth Southgate has taken much of the credit for moulding his young side, not only with a commitment to play attractive and attacking football on the field, but a fresh open attitude with fans and media off it.
"It all comes from the manager". He sets the tone, he brought this team together.
Trippier was one of many England players with limited worldwide experience before the tournament who went onto shine in Russian Federation. England are one of the favourites to win the World Cup and you have to respect that.
"The youth teams have done well and have started to win tournaments".
"I'm excited to be part of this team and the challenge to improve going forward".