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Jack Wilshere: England "horrible" to play against now

Jack Wilshere is enthused by England's future and claims that the Three Lions are now a "horrible team to play against".

England midfielder Jack Wilshere has expressed his belief that the Three Lions are developing into a "horrible team to play against".

Roy Hodgson's side kept a third successive clean sheet in their Euro 2016 qualification campaign after beating Estonia 1-0 in Tallinn on Sunday.

"We're trying to become better as a team," he said reporters. "On the pitch and off the pitch we are really close.

"On the pitch we are starting to become a horrible team to play against. We've got a great, compact unit there in the middle, we get after the ball and we win it.

"We talk about the 'five second fury' when we lose it - go get it back. We are starting to do those things."

Wayne Rooney struck the only goal of the game to seal the win and help England move three points clear at the summit of Group E.

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England's coach Roy Hodgson walks off the pitch following the game against Estonia during a UEFA 2016 European Championship qualifying group E football match between England and Estonia in Tallinn, Estonia, on October 12, 2014
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