Sean Dyche “dares to dream” that England can reach their first World Cup final for 52 years.
The Burnley boss and his players will gather at their Cork training HQ to watch the Three Lions' semi-final showdown with Croatia tonight.
And Dyche sent Gareth Southgate and his players best wishes from the Clarets camp as they bid to face France in Moscow this Sunday.
He said: “I am a big fan of Gareth’s and I’ve spoken openly about that. I really like the messages he was sending out ahead of the World Cup abut almost wanting to learn from this one for the next one and see what happens.
“That’s kind of taken the focus off them this year and allowed them more freedom, knowing the nation will back them.
“They’re under the radar and Gareth has played that very well and authentically, by the way.
“We’ve had a great draw, if you like and who knows… we call dare to dream as Englishmen and we’re doing that at the moment and we send them our best wishes.”
Watch part two of our interview with the gaffer above, where he discusses last season’s achievement, the upcoming Europa League double header with Aberdeen and summer recruitment.