Roy Keane didn't think so but was Ian Wright right to be celebrating or should supporters want more? England have reconnected with their supporters and found a young team they can admire while reaching a World Cup semi-final.
Picking an argument with someone like Roy Keane is a bit like insulting Vinnie Jones' mum, not the best idea.
He also added: "You were talking about the final".
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Keane suggested that England's "It's Coming Home" banter meant everyone had got a little carried away before playing Croatia. "We were just having a laugh with you", Wright said in his famous London accent.
Wright then launched into his own impression of Keane saying "final" after being egged on by Gary Neville, who was seated between the two, but Keane was adamant Wright was getting carried away with talk of parades and final day celebrations. We were happy, you weren't happy for us to be happy at that time, ' Wright said. You needed a reality check.
Keane, never one to let a potential dust-up pass, wasn't letting Wright forget that 1966 world champions England had been sent packing.
The quartet of former footballers were last together earlier in the tournament and viewers got a real kick out of Keane telling his colleagues to cool the jets after they beat Panama 6-1.
Gareth Southgate's men still have one more game to play as they will take on Belgium in the third-place play-off on Saturday. You know how hard it is to get to these big finals, or even get to a World Cup. This was the semi-final, even at the group stages.