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Harry Maguire acknowledges that the England squad is convinced that the timing is perfect for them to secure a trophy as they gear up for Euro 2024 in Germany this summer.

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Despite close calls in recent tournaments, such as reaching the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup and the final of Euro 2020, the Three Lions are entering Euro 2024 as one of the top contenders for ultimate glory.

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Maguire attributes much of England’s success to manager Gareth Southgate, emphasizing his role in fostering a cohesive team environment that brings out the best in players.

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“He focused on the little details, understanding the importance of team cohesion, and ensuring everyone enjoyed the camps and felt motivated to represent their country – which is how it should be,” Maguire shared with Sky Sports News.

“This is an exciting time to be an England player; we sense that we are in a positive moment, and I am eagerly anticipating the tournament – we are determined to emerge victorious.”

Reflecting on the significance of winning the tournament, Maguire expressed, “[Winning] would mean absolutely everything. It has been a long time since we lifted a trophy, although we have come close.”

Maguire highlighted the contrasting nature of tournament football compared to long-term league competitions.

“Participating in a tournament is vastly different from league football; it revolves around pivotal moments, and it is crucial to seize those moments during the game,” explained the Manchester United defender.

“That’s where the star players step up and deliver those crucial moments of brilliance. The key is to ensure readiness to capitalize on these opportunities and perform on the day to position ourselves for victory.”

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