Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse says England are up for tomorrow's Toulon clash with Brazil.

The South Americans are the tournaments defending champions.

"There is no point coming here if you don't want to win," said England captain Ward-Prowse.

"It is good to get the experience (of a tournament) but the winning mentality is what matters - that's what helps you get trophies and medals.

"Brazil have quality players. Everyone looks up to them as a footballing nation. They have the qualities and we've seen clips of them. Looking at the game, we'll give them respect but we are here to win the tournament - it doesn't matter what the opposition is.

"Last season personally was an improvement and that's important because it means my development is continuing the way I want it to. As long as I keep doing better than I did the year before, I am on the right track."

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