Kane, Sterling hail England's performance, but doesn't want to stop
- Harry Kane tucked home the winning goal for England against Germany
- "The bottom line is we don't want to stop here," said Kane
- It was also England's first knockout victory over Germany since 1966
Although Harry Kane tucked home the winning goal for England against Germany in Round of 16 to mark the country's first knockout victory at a European Championship in 25 years, the skipper is not yet ready to stop and aims for the silverware.
Late in the second half, Kane headed home his first goal of the tournament in front of a raucous Wembley crowd to secure the victory after Raheem Sterling struck home the first of the match.
After the match, Kane said, "The bottom line is we don't want to stop here, we've got a vision of where we want to go as a team, as a group, as a coaching staff and it's not done yet."
With the win, England moves into the quarter-finals and will face either Sweden or Ukraine.
It was also England's first knockout victory over the four-time world champions since lifting the World Cup on home soil in 1966.
"It's an amazing day, an amazing game. To hear Wembley like this is a moment none of us will ever forget," said Kane.
"It doesn't get bigger than this. A knockout game against a big nation, at home, when all the pressure is on, and we delivered so we should be proud of that," he added, according to AFP inputs.
"We loved every second of it. Hopefully, we'll be back here for the semi-final and final."
During the group stages, Kane had endured plenty of criticism for his form as he managed just one shot on target in three games.
Although he yet again appeared sluggish for 75 minutes in today's game, he had a major hand in the first goal, scored by Sterling.
Finally, the Tottenham forward then stooped to head home Jack Grealish's cross.
"It's an amazing feeling, any striker wants to be scoring goals. Hopefully I can score a couple more from here till the end," Kane added.
"We are keeping clean sheets, we are building confidence off that, there will be more self-belief now but we have to concentrate on Saturday now. We can't switch off."
Meanwhile, England's top scorer in the tournament, Raheem Sterling, said it was a special moment for him.
"Doing it for your country is always special and it's definitely a special moment for me," he added.
"I celebrated (the goal) then for half a second I thought let it not be offside. I'm really happy it went in and we got the win," he added.