The Three Lions scraped past Slovenia thanks to a late Harry Kane goal, securing their spot at the World Cup in Russian Federation next summer.
"Whoever wears the armband, there's plenty of us who will speak up and try and help each other. and when things get tough we will be there for each other", he said.
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Kane secured England's place in the fourth minute of additional time when he latched onto Kyle Walker's cross and struck under goalkeeper Jan Oblak for the side's flattering win over Slovenia.
"They are young players and are giving everything for the shirt and they will improve in the next few years", he said.
"But tonight, as a country, we go to the World Cup".
England are on the brink of securing their spot in next summer's World Cup in Russian Federation with two points required from their final two games against Slovenia and Lithuania. We had some good individual attacking moments without being able to make the final ball or there were blocks or fouls that broke the game up, so that was frustrating.More news: Walmart Buys East Williamsburg Package Delivery Service
Despite England's qualifying bid starting controversially, with Sam Allardyce resigning as manager after alleged ethical violations, the Three Lions haven't had any trouble getting to the top of their group.
It's hard, these games are hard and to have Harry doing that in he last minute is a big feeling.
Croatia host fifth-placed Finland, while Iceland, who made their major tournament debut at Euro 2016, visit Turkey as Ukraine travel to bottom side Kosovo.
"To lead that team out and to have the game pan out like it did, as a striker you dream of that kind of moment, scoring a last-minute victor, so for that to happen here at Wembley is incredible".More news: Air France A380 Lands Safely After Engine Blows to Pieces in Flight