Chelsea captain John Terry says nothing beats playing for England in the World Cup.
The former captain, 29, revealed the secrets in a chat with funnyman James Corden ahead of the game against Algeria.
He said: “You dream of it as a kid. When I was a kid, after watching England games and players you’d go over the park and pretend to be Gazza. But when you get there it’s the best feeling ever, you just can’t describe going out on the pitch in front of all the fans cheering and playing for your country, it doesn’t come much better than that.”