London: Having matched Bobby Charlton's England goal-scoring record against San Marino, Wayne Rooney plans to set a new mark in front of a home crowd against Switzerland at Wembley today.
Wayne Rooney. Pic/AFP
"It would have been nice on Saturday as well, but to do it at Wembley would be a lot more special and hopefully on Tuesday I can do that," the Manchester United striker said.
"As much as I love playing for England and scoring goals, there would be nothing better than being successful with England and that's all any player wants to do. I'm sure the other lads are no different. It's the ultimate goal and if I don't, I'll be disappointed."
Even a draw today will ensure Roy Hodgson's men clinch the top spot in Group E.
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