Manchester City's Fabian Delph says that England are "raring to go" ahead of the World Cup.
England midfielder Fabian Delph has declared that the Three Lions are in good stead for the World Cup finals after concluding their preparations with a 2-0 win over Costa Rica.
The Manchester City player said that he and his teammates are "raring to go" after making it 10 games unbeaten under manager Gareth Southgate.
"We've had a good two-week camp and we're raring to go," BBC Sport quotes Delph as saying.
Marcus Rashford and Danny Welbeck were on target as England defeated the Costa Ricans in their final friendly match ahead of Russia.
Southgate's side will face Tunisia, Belgium and Panama in the group stage of the tournament.
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