England's forward Harry Kane (L) vies for the ball with Sweden's defender Victor Lindelof during the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup quarter-final football match between Sweden and England at the Samara Arena in Samara on July 7, 2018.
Players of the Three Lions of England have expressed sadness over their exit from the World Cup.
England may be leaving Russian Federation empty-handed after losing their third-place play-off against Belgium 2-0 on Saturday night, but their captain's six-goal haul saw him crowned as the tournament's top marksman.
"I'm extremely proud and I'm sure I'll look back in a few weeks' time and take all these experiences in".
His six goals are the joint-most of any Englishman at a World Cup, along with Gary Lineker in 1986.
Kane's tally of six goals was a normal amount for a Golden Boot victor - only one player (Ronaldo - 8) has beaten this since 1974. His other came when he deflected in a Ruben Loftus-Cheek shot against Panama.
"Set-plays are a big part of the game so if I score every goal from a set-play I'm not too bothered".
"There's still stuff I can improve on". I can get better.
"It's a big achievement".
Meanwhile John Stones says he will watch England's seven games in Russian Federation back in full.
Subasic has been the hero in two World Cup penalty shoot-outs for Croatia and boy did he save his country there.
Russia's Salenko is the only player to win the award playing for a team that went out in the group stages.