The World Cup might still be fresh in all of our memories, but England's supporters are already dreaming of future silverware after dispatching Spain in style on Monday.
A double from Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford's goal capped a dream first half in Sevilla as the Three Lions ran up a 3-0 lead against the shell-shocked hosts.
Spain did show some improvement after the break, with substitute Paco Alcacer finding the net to give the hosts some life.
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Sergio Ramos scored a brilliant header in stoppage time, but it proved the final touch of the game as England came out 3-2 winners in the UEFA Nations League clash.
You may remember 'It's coming home' was the battle cry of England's long-suffering fans as the team battled to the World Cup semi-final under the eye of Gareth Southgate.
And those who grew tired of the catchphrase should be warned: this latest win seems to have stoked up Coming home fever once again!
It’s coming home.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) 15 de octubre de 2018
Last time England beat Spain away @GaryLineker scored four.
For young readers: Gary was one of the best goalgetters EVER
— Jan Aage Fjortoft (@JanAageFjortoft) 15 de octubre de 2018
David de Gea vs England 😂 pic.twitter.com/0FRebmg4Of
— Unruly 🦉 (@drizzy_moray) 15 de octubre de 2018
England score three before half-time vs Spain for the first time since the discovery of the neutron
— Duncan Alexander (@oilysailor) 15 de octubre de 2018
— Alan Shearer (@alanshearer) 15 de octubre de 2018
— ForgottenFootballers (@ForgotAboutThem) 15 de octubre de 2018
After being 3-0 up at half-time there are definite signs here that England are going to reveal themselves as a Millwall tribute act. #NothingCanGoWrongNow
— Danny Baker (@prodnose) 15 de octubre de 2018
I'm beaming like a proud parent. The victimisation of a young footballer has made so many of us root for Raheem Sterling even more. Good on you, son.
— Daniel Storey (@danielstorey85) 15 de octubre de 2018