DECLAN RICE and Mason Mount cannot wait for the madness of a heaving Wembley — and to take England one step beyond.
There will be 60,000 watching tomorrow night’s semi-final with Denmark.
And the Three Lions aim to reach their first-ever Euros final.
West Ham midfielder Rice, 22, said: “Denmark is a massive chance to create history — the first England team since 1966 to play in a final if we get there.
“To get one step beyond would be unbelievable and I’ve never seen a group of lads so focused on the job.
“We’re going to thrive on it and go out there and do the business.”
Chelsea ace Mount’s last game at Wembley before having to isolate due to Covid rules was against Scotland, in front of a crowd of 21,000.
Mount, 22, said: “This is going to be next level.
“Those little moments just get you even more hyped-up for the game and, as Dec said, we are ready to perform.”
Mount and Rice, pals since they met as kids in Chelsea’s academy, were speaking on Lions’ Den connected by EE.
Reflecting on the 4-0 quarter-final victory over Ukraine, midfielder Mount said: “It was really special because we’ve known each other for a long time.
“So to step out with him in a big game like that is just something you dream of.”
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