Tottenham striker Harry Kane has told the Daily Mirror that he wants to score against his Spurs team-mate Hugo Lloris on Tuesday night.
Kane is likely to feature for England as they host France at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday, with Spurs ace Lloris set to play in goal for Didier Deschamps' France side.
Other Tottenham stars such as Eric Dier, Dele Alli and Kyle Walker could also feature for England, but it's Kane who has set himself a target of scoring against Lloris.
The Spurs goalkeeper has established himself as one of the best stoppers in the world since joining Tottenham from Lyon back in 2012, but Kane has always been playing on his side in the Premier League.
Now though, the Spurs hotshot has a chance to go up against Lloris in a competitive manner, having faced him in training sessions with the Tottenham first team.
Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Kane has admitted that he gets on well with Lloris at Spurs, but will put his relationship with the goalkeeper to the back of his mind when England take on France - and is intent on scoring against his Tottenham team-mate at Wembley.
"Hugo is a top player and we get on well at Spurs," said Kane. "It will be interesting to play against him. We train with each other, so we know each other’s game. I’ll be trying to score against him. That will be great and it will be good to play against him."
"I think he’s in the top tier of goalkeepers. Some of the saves he pulls off and his all-round play with the ball, coming out, he’s a world-class keeper. But he’s the France goalie and I’ll be trying to find a way to score against him. He’s a great keeper and a great guy," he added.
It promises to be a fierce battle between Kane and Lloris, with both players looking to come out on top in this international clash before returning to Premier League action against West Ham on Sunday afternoon.