What he and the fans will only discover in Russian Federation, when the Three Lions open their campaign against Tunisia on 18 June, is whether this young generation of players can handle the pressure of tournaments in a way so many of their predecessors couldn't.
The United academy player is expected to be a big player for England this summer with many supporters recognising his ability to spark his team to life. But we believe in him. "As a team, we are hugely supportive of what he's done". "We will make a lot of changes and Trent Alexander-Arnold will get a debut".
"Sometimes when you speak to people they don't really understand the feeling."
And for the first time since May 2016, an England home game had an atmosphere!
Despite scoring a second against Costa Rica after the break, England let their opponents back into the game on Thursday night and a better team would have undoubtedly punished them more.
The Clarets No.1 has yet to make his worldwide bow and, unless he comes off the bench at Elland Road, seems set to travel to Russian Federation uncapped as England's third choice.
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"We've got to get used to playing at different venues", the onetime Middlesbrough manager added. "We did not want to have too many matches, but it means that the two games that we have got are very important".
But it was Rashford's stunning strike which set England on course for a winning World Cup send-off as Southgate's much-changed side produced a controlled performance against Costa Rica.
A fully-fit England squad trained at St George's Park ahead of their final friendly before the tournament.
Costa Rica, who are in a group with Brazil, Serbia and Switzerland, barely threatened Jack Butland's goal. Very often, global players have not started off at a big club.
Rashford played in Dele Alli and his low cross found fellow substitute Welbeck at the far post. Dave Seaman was at Peterborough and Birmingham and David Platt was released and came through Crewe.
"We've already been through a little bit of adversity together in certain areas, and I think that's brought them close". "That raises expectations. Whether it be your own club or going out on loan".