"Dejan Lovren knows him and plays very well paired with Domagoj Vida so I am not concerned about stopping English players - we stopped Messi and Eriksen, and we'll try to do the same with Kane".
Sir Alf Ramsey's team of 1966 are England's only previous World Cup winners and, while that squad continued to be feted, the current manager thinks winning the tournament might get even more of a reaction.
Maguire has gone on to star for England at the World Cup and headed the opening goal in the quarter-final clash against Sweden.
"And now I want to say to English fans: "Guys, get it together, come to Russian Federation and support your national team because they have gotten into the semi-final", she said.
Kane remains focused on England's semifinal rival, who will be the victor of the game between Russian Federation and Croatia.
Harry Maguire and Dele Alli were on target with headed goals in each half as the Three Lions advanced to their first semi-final on this stage since Italia '90. After completing treatment, Ben was awarded with a replica World Cup trophy.
"The only time we went out was after the first game against Uruguay when we drew 0-0, which wasn't a good start".
"Our last three games were different because we played teams with a defensive approach", he said.
He said: "You could always see that Harry had something about him".
"We have no time really to dwell on the past. We've learned from our mistakes, we've made things right and we've seen the way the country has got behind us". So to be here now, leading this team out, I'm so proud.
"It means so much to us all, we know the chants, we're singing the chants, we're going along with them". That helped win a two-leg playoff against Italy to get to the World Cup, top a group containing Germany, and then beat Switzerland in the round of 16.