Raheem Sterling says winning Euro 2020 with England would trump any medal won with Manchester City.
Sterling helped guide the Three Lions into the Euros knockout stage with another goal at Wembley, setting up a tie with Germany next week.
With City, Sterling has won the lot in English football but headed to the Euros on the back of the galling Champions League final loss to Chelsea.
The forward has enjoyed a medal-laden spell at the Etihad Stadium, but admits silverware with England would blow any club achievements out of the water.
“I think winning something with the national team, England, would definitely be the greatest achievement that I can possibly do,” Sterling said.
“I mean, not me but the team can possibly achieve.
“I feel like you win stuff with your clubs and you know it’s a great achievement, but this is on a bigger scale.
“You’re representing a nation, a country, so to achieve something with England it would be the biggest thing to happen in my footballing career.”