Kane further revealed that England, who are famous for their bad record in shootouts, would look to play the attacking game and focus more on scoring.
A win over Colombia would set up a last-eight clash against either the victor of Group E or the runner-up of Group F. BRAZIL will be hot favourites to win Group E ahead of Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia and they'll also be expected to beat Mexico, Sweden or South Korea - who are likely to finish behind Germany in Group F - in the last-16.
"The aim is to be aggressive and courageous in possession", Kane told British media.
"We are certainly favourites, but I would not consider ourselves a top favourite (for the trophy) as other countries have more experience", he said.
"There will be tough moments and there will be ups and downs".
The English striker reassured the fans about their biggest fear, Penalties, saying "We have been practicing penalties, not every session, but every now and then the coaches will throw it in at the end of the session; when we are maybe a little bit worn out in games after extra-time, the lads are exhausted, that's when it's going to happen".
Iceland will be making their first appearance at this year's FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation where they are drawn in Group D with Argentina, Nigeria and Croatia.
Allardyce said: "Jealous is what I feel".
England's previous appearance at a major tournament - Euro 2016 - ended in despair when they were knocked out of the last-16 by unfancied Iceland.
Deezer said in a statement: "A survey of 1,000 England supporters, commissioned by Deezer in celebration of its new Football Fever channel, reveals 60 per cent believe an official song has a positive effect on the national team".
"The past can help us and inform us but it shouldn't shape us and we've got to be our own team".
"We hope we can send people to work the following day having enjoyed our matches", said Southgate before departing for Russian Federation.
'Everybody is looking forward to getting to the first game'.
"We ask people to pay a lot of money to watch football".