Impressed supporters say the Three Lions boss should become Sir Gareth whether the team wins or loses today's World Cup quarter-final against Sweden.
Despite his belief that the 23 players chosen by Southgate would not be able to make it to that stage of the tournament, England are just three games from winning the whole tournament and face Sweden on Saturday with the victor advancing to the semi-final.
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England were dominant for much of the match and could have won by more. "We seem to have a structure now where the philosophy is to play from the back".
Yesterday, the Three Lions chief played down his role as a fashion trendsetter.
Former England worldwide Gary Neville, who was assistant to Roy Hodgson when they were knocked out by Iceland in last-16 at Euro 2016, felt the current pool of players have shown great maturity throughout the tournament in Russian Federation. Now they have to stay calm and keep doing exactly what they've been doing because they look exciting and the dark horses in the competition.
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The dramatic penalty shootout win over Colombia in the last 16 caused wild celebration back in England and the team have captured the country's imagination.
"I think it would be fantastic for everyone". To get through the two games we had this week, we needed all of that because we're not the finished article.
"We're buzzing. We know there is still a big game ahead, but we're feeling really good", he said.
That faith has manifested as one enthusiastic refrain: "It's coming home".
Gareth Southgate's side have found the net 11 times in Russian Federation to match the record set by the victorious 1996 side.
The quality of the opposition must of course be considered - Tunisia and especially Panama have shown little defensive resistance - but England are playing with confidence and in Kane, they have one of the world's best finishers.