"Whether we win or lose, we're creating history", he said.
Fans have been dancing in the town's streets and chanting It's Coming Home following England's wins earlier in the tournament.
"Football's coming home, I couldn't listen to it for 20 years, frankly".
"But regardless of that, I think the football across the board has been really exciting, really entertaining, and the hosting of the tournament and the cities that have hosted it has been outstanding".
Well this lad has got one of Kane. At first he "just thought they were celebrating" and was enjoying himself but became frightened when a man began jumping on the auto, shattering the sunroof.
Joe predicted a 2-0 England win and said he believed the celebrations would be on a larger scale than in 1966 if England go on to win the trophy.
As World Cup fever boils over in England ahead of Wednesday's clash with Croatia, Yorkshire Tea have mocked up local landmark Malham Cove as Mount Rushmore, featuring World Cup stars Jordan Pickford, Harry Maguire, John Stones and Kyle Walker - the latter three having been born in the county.
The 46-year-old, from Four Oaks in Birmingham, said: "Absolutely flying - can't explain how good it feels, especially after Italia 90".
"I am very happy for my players", Deschamps said. I still look back on it as an incredible life experience and to be involved with it, I just needed a bit of time to get over it.
"We were looking at doing something with an England player from the 1998 World Cup and Gareth agreed to do the book, which I was going to write".
"It's been a fantastic World Cup, of course it's always better for us because we've won some games".
England manager Gareth Southgate admits it has been too painful to listen to Three Lions, the David Baddiel and Frank Skinner song which has become the national team's anthem, in two decades, but that success in this World Cup has meant he can finally stand it again.