"The aim is to be aggressive and fearless in possession", Kane told British media.
"What we want is, and I'm not going to give you a stage in the tournament. but, I'm going to give it away slightly, we haven't won a knockout game since 2006", the FA's chief executive Martin Glenn told the Daily Telegraph.
Southgate remains unsure of what reception England will receive in front of the Russian fans, but says protocols have been discussed and put in place in the event of racism at the World Cup.
"We ask people to pay a lot of money to watch football".
Chelsea star Hazard claimed earlier this week that the Red Devils" so-called "Golden Generation' will mean little if the team can not win a major trophy, and his brother, who now plays for Borussia Monchengladbach, agrees that the players have the ability to lift the trophy.
If England are able to find a way past the 2014 World Cup winners, Euro 2016 champions PORTUGAL would be next on the menu, if results were to go according to world rankings. "But for us it's about winning the first game, second game and to take that attitude to the World Cup".
"I've always felt you go through spells: the ball goes in sometimes and other times it doesn't, like in August every year for me. I want to score in tournament football and that's what I will try and do". So that's big tournaments.
Kane added "For us the key thing is to stay focused on ourselves, not to worry about the teams in the past and things like that".
"It's the one competition that everybody dreams of winning".
But for me, I don't think it gets much bigger than the World Cup.
With the World Cup getting underway on Thursday, England fans can start dreaming of their road to glory at Russian Federation 2018.