With the international break all set, England captain Harry Kane is hoping that the Three Lions will be able to overshadow their performance last year to enjoy another 12 months.
The Three Lions were able to make it to the semi-finals of the World Cup also defeating Spain and Croatia to reach the finals of the Nations League last summer as 2018 went down as an important year to remember for Gareth Southgate and his team.
The English team are now reunited for the first time since last year and will be playing against some countries for the Euro 2020 qualification double-header.
All six clubs of the English team are still in European competition, with Manchester City and Liverpool locking horns to fight for the Premier League title this season.
When the 2018/19 campaign ends Kane will be leading his country into the Nations League final, believing that winning the competition will beat their achievement in Russia last year.
Asked if 2019 could beat 2018, Spurs forward said via Myphonefootball.com:
“Hopefully. Hopefully we can win some silverware.
“If we win the Nations League, 2019 will top it. I have said before to have a chance to win a trophy in an England shirt is not very often.
“If we go and have a good summer and win that trophy, (that), in my eyes, is a better year.
“Of course 2018 was fantastic, but, for me, the main thing is the team and we want to win things.”
Part of his 2018 achievement was Harry Kane winning the golden boot for the competition having scored six goals before their eviction in the semi-finals against Croatia, with www.omegatipsters.com offering the best odds for the competition at the time.
On the last day of the month, Kane will be returning to his club, to prepare for their big match as Tottenham will be taking on League leaders Liverpool at Anfield as the club fights for a place in the top four.