Gareth Southgate’s facet made historical past with their extra-time victory over Denmark within the semi-finals on Wednesday evening, which leaves them getting ready to a primary main event triumph since 1966.
Walker has been a key a part of the run to Sunday’s Wembley showpiece, with the Three Lions having received all 5 of the video games wherein the Manchester City star has began on the event.
As one of many few elder statesman within the squad, the 31-year-old has been concerned all through the transformation below Southgate, and says the present crop of gamers have set the template for many who will observe.
“I think when you put on an England shirt, definitely in the past four years, it means something now,” he stated.
“It means something, we have created history. I have heard a lot of people talking about how England haven’t won a knockout game, England haven’t won a penalty shoot-out, England haven’t got this, England haven’t got that.
“This group of lads, with the manger and the coaching staff, we just keep knocking them down and hopefully we have set the bar now for the future youngsters that are coming through – this is what our country wants and expects of us.”