He told The Sun: "You must be able to handle winning emotionally and mentally and if they don't know how to win it, they aren't going to win it".More news: Octopath Travelers E3 2018 Trailer Shows Glimpses Of Its Characters
Mauricio Pochetinno's young side having have received plenty of plaudits in recent years for their high intensity displays, but they have also been heavily criticised for falling short of really challenging for major honours at the business end of the last couple of seasons.
The former left-back believes Brazil are favourites to lift the trophy for a record sixth time in Russian Federation, but has placed England amongst those capable of challenging Tite's side while tipping Alli to be a standout performer for Gareth Southgate. There's a psyche players must have.
He added: "Teams who win World Cups usually have a real anchor, such as [Spain's] Sergio Ramos or [former Italy centre-half] Fabio Cannavaro. You've got to train hard at an England camp, impress the manager and plant a seed in his head". England haven't got that rock.More news: Robert De Niro apologizes to Canadians for Donald Trump’s behaviour
"I've got everything under control", said the England midfielder, who was banned for one-match ban by Federation Internationale de Football Association for an obscene gesture apparently directed at his team-mate Kyle Walker during a World Cup qualifier against Slovakia in September a year ago.
Not being able to win at club is also going to make the Spurs players hungry, and will make them try harder for England at the World Cup in Russian Federation.More news: Robert De Niro Says 'Fk Trump' at Tony Awards, Earning Massive Ovation