Harry Kane described captaining England as one of the most "special moments" of his career, and he would love the gig permanently.
The Tottenham striker helped rescue England a point in the dying stages of their World Cup qualifier against Auld Enemy Scotland on Saturday.
After admitting that he did not want to loose his first game as skipper, "especially against Scotland," the Premier League golden boot winner from last season reiterated his desire to continue in the role.
"I have said before I would love to be England captain," said Kane.
"Obviously I don't know what the gaffer's feeling is on it. We have got leaders in the team and it is just the case that I am wearing the armband. I still play the same way. I still talk, I still shout in the same way."