Jack Grealish made his England debut in September last year and has amassed seven caps over the course of the season; Grealish is in contention for a starting place as England begins their Euro 2020 campaign against Croatia at Wembley on Sunday.
Jack Grealish says the influence of England captain Harry Kane has helped him mature “as a player and person” during his first campaign as a member of the national squad.
The 25-year-old also credited Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson, explaining that the duo’s professionalism has shown him what was required to take his game to the next level.
Skynews Asked, which individual – either opponent or teammate – has had the biggest influence on him, Grealish added: “I’d probably say, Harry Kane. I speak to him a lot. I speak to everyone in the changing room. I think it’s good when you do come away with England to get different opinions off people, see what certain people do, what certain people don’t do.
“But when you come away here there’s no better person to look at than Harry Kane, to see the way he looks after himself and stuff like that.”