Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw believes England still have a chance of improving despite their heroics in Euro 2020.
The Three Lions are on the verge of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and even although their journey was delayed by a 1-1 draw against Hungary at Wembley, Shaw believes they can give a better performance against Albania and San Marino next month.
"Of course I think we still have control of the group. We said that (in the dressing room), it is still in our hands and we are confident we can do it. We want to be in the biggest competition in world football and that is our main aim.
"It is one bad performance in many and we will reflect, look at it and come back next month much, much better from it. I think it was disappointing because the high standards we usually set weren't there tonight, it was a disappointing performance and we gave them far too much control and confidence in building up and playing with the ball.
"We weren't aggressive enough to try and stop them, we weren't are usual selves but we have to learn from this, reflect on this. We are still in control of the group so it is in our hands," Shaw told beIN Sports via Tribal football.
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