Tottenham striker Harry Kane has offered support to his England teammates after the break-in at Raheem Sterling's London home.
The England skipper, 29, is helping calm other members in the camp who may be concerned about the raid.
A Three Lions source told The Sun: “Harry knows the players' families are really shaken up by what has happened and that is a worry for the players themselves.
“He sees it as his job as skipper to keep the morale of the team up and to focus everyone on the France match."
Sterling, 27, dashed home from Qatar after his mansion was targeted by a gang who stole £300,000 worth of watches and designer jewellery — he is said to be the fourth Chelsea FC player hit by them in recent months.