Here we have a look at England's potential line up in the future, no doubt these players will all be stars for England.
How would this team do in the World Cup in 2014?
Goalkeeper | Joe Hart
Hart already has 28 England caps to his name, but at the age of 25 he is still young for a goalkeeper and certainly has another 10 years left at the top.
Right back | Kyle Walker
22-year-old Kyle Walker has found it difficult to break into the England team, with Glen Johnson ahead of him. But the Tottenham defender has time on his side and the signs are there that he will become a regular International sooner rather than later.
Centre back | Steven Caulker
Caulker made his England debut against Sweden in 2012, and marked the occasion with a goal. He has broken into the Spurs team this season and looks to have a bright future ahead of him.
Centre back | Phil Jones
A utility player at Manchester United, Phil Jones has been used at right back, centre back, and in midfield. But he and his manager Alex Ferguson have both stated that they see his future at centre back. The youngster is tipped for big things and has been touted as John Terry's long term replacement.
Left back | Kieran Gibbs
Gibbs' performances this season have likened him to former Arsenal left back Ashley Cole. He currently finds himself behind both Cole and Baines in the English team but if he can overcome his injury problems he will likely become Cole's long term successor.
Centre midfield | Jack Wilshere
Arsenal's influential midfielder, Jack Wilshere is arguably England's brightest talent at the moment. Since returning from a long term injury, Wilshere has put in stand out performances for Arsenal and also a man of the match display against Brazil for England. Both Arsene Wenger and Roy Hodgson have tipped him to become England captain some day.
Holding midfield | Jack Rodwell
Injury stricken Rodwell has endured a horrid time since his move to Manchester City in the summer. But if he can overcome his injuries and develop his game he could become a key player for England.
Centre midfield | Tom Cleverley
Sir Alex Ferguson identified Cleverley as a home grown replacement for ageing midfielder Paul Scholes, and Cleverley will hope to fill Scholes' role for club and country. The all action midfielder has impressed in his 7 appearances for England, and is starting to form a promising relationship with Wilshere in the midfield.
Right wing | Theo Walcott
Many think that Theo Walcott is older than he actually is, due to being called up to the England World Cup team when he was 16 years old. But the Arsenal man who turned 24 last week is starting to fulfil his full potential for Arsenal and will hope he can bring that form to England as well.
Striker | Danny Welbeck
Danny Welbeck has already featured many times for club and country, and seems to improve game in game out. With maturity and game time he should start scoring more goals and become a top class central striker.
Left wing | Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
England boss, Roy Hodgson has stated many times that he is a big fan of Oxlade-Chamberlain and he even started him against France in the Euros. Chamberlain has a huge potential and under the guidance of Wenger at Arsenal, he could become a world class player, which is music to the ears of English fans.
Subs: Jack Butland, Carl Jenkinson, Chris Smalling, Raheem Sterling, Wilfred Zaha
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