England's Raheem Sterling during the media day. Action Images via Reuters/Carl Recine
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England will not be satisfied with reaching the quarter-finals of the World Cup as they have the skill and mentality to win the tournament, playmaker Raheem Sterling has said ahead of the team's final warm-up match against Costa Rica on Thursday.Fans and pundits have muted expectations of England's World Cup campaign given the team's underwhelming displays at the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 European Championships but Sterling has bolder ambitions.England full-back Kyle Walker believes that the unity within the squad will be key if the team are to go deep in Russia.
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