"We have qualified for a World Cup with one game to go".
Kane has followed up successive Premier League golden boots with a blistering run of 14 goals in nine games for club and country.
"Some of that can happen before Russian Federation, some can't because in certain areas there are maybe young players in our system who aren't going to be ready for the next 18 months, two years".
England's plodding display meant supporters found attempts to aim paper planes at the pitch more entertaining than matters on the field at sparsely-filled Wembley.
Former England global Chris Waddle, commentating on the Slovenia match for BBC 5 Live, said: "I can't think of anything to say, it's that bad. They don't tend to play overseas, their familiarity with worldwide camps isn't great". "But I'd like to think everyone is positive and behind us", Cahill said.
England's players lined up to congratulate each other following the win over Slovenia which assured World Cup qualification Thursday but when they turned to acknowledge the crowd, they saw nothing more than thousands of empty red seats.
"I don't think he gets too busy as an England goalkeeper, certainly not in qualifying but I think he's got the concentration levels to pull off the big saves at the right times". Southgate would be foolish not to switch to the formation that makes his players most comfortable, starting Sunday against Lithuania.
Asked if Jack Wilshere could provide a solution, Southgate said the injury-prone 25-year-old would need to nail down a place in the Arsenal first team in order to be considered for selection. We have to stay focused and keep doing what we are doing tactically, physically, mentally and see what happens.
England dragged themselves over the finish line with a 93rd-minute victor by in-form striker Harry Kane.
Northern Ireland, who grabbed a consolation through Josh Magennis, remain on track to claim a spot in next months play-offs as they attempt to reach the World Cup for the first time since 1986.
"We want him to be in fantastic form but we want everyone to contribute". We have started this season well as a team.
The Green and White Army have helped make Windsor Park an absolute fortress during their World Cup qualifying campaign, following the heroics the country achieved in France last summer having defied the odds and made it out of the group stages of the Euros.
"We should enjoy this".