Rashford is England's only injury concern ahead of the opening World Cup match against Tunisia.
"I've talked before about there being a disconnect between the supporters and the team and I've felt that there's different ways to bridge that".
Kane, though, told the English daily newspapers this is not the case with the present group under Gareth Southgate - as many of them have played with each other at Under-21 level. "In the end, we want to entertain where we possibly can".
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"There was a clear shift in the identity of the team, we went to a back three and people have been warmed by that, not only the young players in this squad, but the young players in the system, the success with the junior teams".
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"I have worked my whole life to get to where I am now in a World Cup squad, and to showcase my talent on the World Cup stage, playing in my position".
With that clash in mind, De Bruyne has pinpointed former Liverpool star Raheem Sterling as the player he thinks could dominate at the tournament.
Jamie Vardy has likened the feel-good spirit in England's World Cup camp to the atmosphere at Leicester City when they won the Premier League title in 2016.
"We hope we can send people to work the following day having enjoyed our matches", said Southgate before departing for Russian Federation. Our focus as a team has to be on the bits we can control: constantly trying to improve, playing in a style that we've used in the a year ago or so, and that people have warmed to.
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"We are just trying to improve every day we work together". "We want to take this tournament head on".