Former England national team player Shaun Wright-Phillips has advised manager Gareth Southgate on what he must do to achieve success at Euro 2020. Shaun Wright-Phillips spoke to Sportsmail about England, Southgate and Euro 2020.

Shaun Wright-Phillips knows all about England and what it takes to play at a major tournament after playing 36 times for the Three Lions. The former Chelsea and Manchester City winger was part of the England squad to the 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament on South African soil. England were knocked out of the tournament by Germany at the round of 16 stage.

On Euro 2020, Shaun Wright-Phillips told Southgate to take advantage of the numerous attacking talents at his disposal by adopting an attacking approach. He believes that the Three Lions will do well with an attacking approach rather than the safe approach. Previous England teams have been criticised at major tournaments due to their safe approach.

England have had superb Euro 2020 tournament till date and they are in the quarterfinals after the win over Germany on Tuesday evening. Gareth Southgate and his players beat Germany 2-0 in their round of 16 clash at the iconic Wembley Stadium courtesy to book their place in the quarterfinals. England scored two late goals to secure their place in the last eight at Euro 2020.

Raheem Sterling has been the go-to man for England at the tournament and he was the recipient of the opening goal against the Germans. The Manchester City player scored the first goal of the game with 15 minutes left on the clock off the assist from Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw before team skipper Harry Kane wrapped up the win in the last six minutes of the game. After seeing off Germany in the last 16, England will now face Ukraine at the StadioOlimpico in Rome on Saturday for a place in the semi-finals.