"It's no secret that I've been through a testing time at Tottenham this season", Rose told reporters.
"Had I been in Ryan Bertrand's shoes, and I missed out, I would have been very angry, so I know I've been very lucky and I'm going to do everything I can to repay the manager", he said.
"There'll be a lot on his shoulders, but he's more than capable of handling that", Cahill said of Kane.
"I've not got a player in the squad who I would think twice about putting into the opening game of the World Cup". It's important to get the balance right but it will be tough to please everybody.
"Of course there is scrutiny, but we don't want to be involved in matches where there is no possibility of achieving history".
The experienced members of England's World Cup squad must step up and take some of the pressure off captain Harry Kane to let the striker focus on scoring goals in Russian Federation, defender Gary Cahill has said.
"The players, like everyone else, doesn't really know what to expect". We are all hopeful that it will go well, but we are having conversations in case it happens.
"We have a plan in place".
He is quoted by the Evening Standard as saying: "I have been given no indication if I'll start, but I will work hard in training and whatever happens, happens. I'm always looking to play and I always prepare as though I'm playing".
"I wasn't aware of the conversation he had had with his family".
"My dad's really upset". I asked him in front of the group because it might be helpful for the younger members of the group to hear that. "He said he may never get a chance again to come and watch me in a World Cup", he added. "That was emotional, hearing that". We could field a back four of Yorkshiremen, no problem with who we have got.
"It was good to get some minutes on the weekend and I'm fully refreshed". "All of the other parts have been discussed at length".
"I am aware of the support from Yorkshire clubs when we travel anyway".
"We're our own team and our own identity".