"We expect a very difficult, tight and demanding match against England, like every match at the World Cup," the 32-year-old told reporters. "We have to enjoy the moment and we then have to focus on England. I'm sure we will prepare well.
"We watched the game today and saw how good they are from dead-ball situations. We will have to improve on our set-piece defending between now and Wednesday as we conceded from one at the end of the game today."
France and Belgium will contest the other semi-final on Tuesday evening.