Sir Geoff Hurst believes having a handful of Tottenham players in the England squad will only benefit Roy Hodgson's team.
Hurst won the 1966 World Cup and came third at the 1968 Euros with the Three Lions alongside Hammers teammates Bobby Moore and Martin Peters so is well-versed to pass judgement on such a scenario.
"Having five players from the Spurs side, and the manner in which they played as a team this year, I think is healthy," said Hurst.
"Our goal against Argentina in the quarter-finals in 1966 was between Martin and I, and was honed on West Ham's training ground at Chadwell Heath. You see that in the combination that Alli and Kane have.
"Two players playing in attack who have a good understanding with each other are extremely dangerous, and for me more dangerous than any individual.
"It's an exciting combination."