England skipper Harry Kane insists he isn't untouchable during the Euros.
Kane has become the first name on Gareth Southgate 's team-sheet since establishing himself as one of the most lethal strikers in the world.
The Tottenham superstar has plundered 34 goals in 55 internationals and is on course to overtake Wayne Rooney as England's record scorer.
Kane will lead the Three Lions into battle against old enemies Scotland on Friday hoping to make it two wins from two in Group D.
But Kane is under pressure to perform following a subdued display in the 1-0 win over Croatia – and admits he is not undroppable, despite being the team's talisman.
Kane said: "You will have to ask Gareth, but I never look at it that way (being undroppable). We have great competition for places.
"Dominic (Calvert-Lewin) has come in and done great. For me it is about training how I train every day to try and be the best and improve every day, so when I play try and give my best for the team.
"I think that is what everyone is doing at the moment and I'm m sure there will be rotation among all the players in this tournament.
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"Everyone is waiting for the chance to try and make an impact. Everyone just wants to play and that is a great thing."
England will be red hot favourites to beat the Scots and Kane is taking some inspiration from Euro 96, when the Three Lions beat them at Wembley thanks to a wonder goal from Paul Gascoigne.
He added: "That is such a good game in the history of English football.
"Gazza's goal was one of the greatest goals an Englishman has ever scored in a European competition.
"Obviously there are nice memories to take from that, but we just need to focus on this one. We are expecting a tough game against a good side, so that is all we can do."
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