Teenage forward Marcus Rashford from Manchester United is not happy about his Euro 2016 and would want to forget it.
Rashford only made two substitute appearances in France which included a three-minute cameo in England’s humiliating 16 loss to Iceland.
“I’ll be honest with you, it is difficult to see it as a positive when you’re losing because in those games you don’t have the chance to get it back,” he told reporters on Monday.
“If it’s for your club and it’s a league game if you lose a game you have another game next week and you can kind of redeem yourself.
“It’s not like that at tournament football and that’s why it was so, so disappointing and hard to take.”
Rashford still credits manager Gareth Southgate with helping the squad and setting clearer objectives for the players.
“The players are gelling in a whole different way compared to what we were then,” said the 19-year-old, who was speaking at England’s St George’s Park training base in Burton-on-Trent, central England.
“I think the set-up and the aim and vision of where we want to go is much better now than what it was.
“That was from the manager himself, that was one of the things he wanted to install. As players we’ve bought into it and hopefully we can get the results.”