Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney says Harry Kane's England debut reminded of him of his own.
Tottenham striker Kane scored on debut in their Euro 2016 qualifying win over Lithuania.
"There was one stage in the game, after his goal, where he ran down the left and took a few players on which reminded me of that," said Rooney. "But he will tell you himself he still has a lot to learn but at the minute he is scoring goals left right and centre and it is great for us as a nation to have that excitement around us.
"There are things I could say to advise him but I think there are things you have to learn on your own, which I am sure he will do in the next year or two.
"He is obviously a little bit older than I was and a bit wiser as I was 16 or 17 when I came in. But he is level headed and can cope.
"I think people try to help you but it is best to learn on your own. When you are a young lad you do make mistakes and you have to learn from them because it will make you a better player."