Kieran Trippier has admitted that he is flattered by comparisons to England icon David Beckham, but he does not believe that he has achieved enough to be talked about in the same company.
Trippier helped create goals in England's group-game wins over Tunisia and Panama, earning him the moniker "the Bury Beckham" because of the consistency of his service from out wide.
Asked about the similarities in their deliveries from the right, though, Trippier told BBC Sport: "Loads of people are saying this but I don't think I'm anywhere near David Beckham's qualities.
"He was a fantastic deliverer of the ball – set-pieces, dead balls. He scored so many free kicks and created so much throughout his career. All I can do is keep doing the best I can and any opportunity I get I'll try and put balls in like David Beckham.
"He was a fantastic player, I can't speak highly enough about what he's done – captained England, the caps he had and winning trophies all around Europe."
Trippier has recovered from a thigh problem and is expected to start England's first knockout-round clash against Colombia next Tuesday.