Harry Kane said overtaking Wayne Rooney to become England's all-time record goal scorer is "achievable" but that he is not focused on it right now.
Rooney has 53 goals for England but after making his 120th and final appearance at international level on Thursday the D.C. United striker tipped Kane to overtake him.
Kane, who has 19 goals for England, said: "It's definitely possible but it's still a fair bit away.
"I don't like to set my targets that far ahead in the future because a lot of things can happen.
"We'll see over the next few years how many goals I've got and hopefully I'm still fit and healthy and still getting picked by the manager.
"It's definitely something that's achievable but not something I'm thinking about too much right now."
Meanwhile, England manager Gareth Southgate said his side had improved since losing to Croatia in the World Cup semifinals.
"I think we've learned with every experience that we've had," he said. "We've added more depth to the squad in terms of some more young players emerging, more competition for places.
"We've had a slight change of system which has also added something different, so we've got some flexibility in how we can play.
"So we're always improving and I think in those five matches that you've seen since the summer what we haven't done is sat on our laurels and said 'OK, we're happy with what we did at the World Cup -- that's it for the year, we'll look forward to the European Championship.'
"We've wanted to keep improving and I think the players have shown that mentality as well."