Tottenham striker Harry Kane wants to start for England against San Marino tonight.
Kane took his international tally to 44 with a hat-trick against Albania on Friday night and is setting his sights on another goal glut in Serravalle against the world's lowest-ranked team.
The 28-year-old took his tally of competitive goals for England to 39, overtaking Wayne Rooney's record of 37.
Kane is now eyeing Rooney's all-time record of 53, and is in touching distance of third-placed Gary Lineker (48) and Bobby Charlton (49) in second.
Kane has not started any of the three games against minnows San Marino and Andorra during World Cup qualifying so far.
"He's quick to let me know he hasn't played in those games," said England coach Gareth Southgate. "For sure, he is keen to play."
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