The England manager revealed the 20-year-old striker had picked up a "slight knock" in the Three Lions' final training session before flying out to Russian Federation, as reported by the Independent. "I've felt that there are different ways to bridge that - the most important is the way you play, and your performances and your results".
"I have to move on from it".
"He doesn't really like to be overloaded in midfield so, if he does see that, then I tuck in so we go as a back three".
Walker said the transition has been made easier because of the tactical adjustments Pep Guardiola has made at times that have allowed him to work more in a three-man defence. "Of course not", Walker said.
The Euro 2016 humiliation at the hands of Iceland, when Roy Hodgson's team was eliminated by the tournament minnows at the second round stage in France, further dented the damaged relationship between the supporters and players.
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"I'd be surprised if the majority of players did not say the World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world". I will do anything for the team.
"He never fails to impress me", added a man who earned 42 caps for his country and graced the 2006 and 2010 World Cup finals. "Of course not. I want to play right-back", he told United Kingdom newspapers.
"But I think there was a shift [in public opinion] in November when we brought in some of the younger players".
England defender Kyle Walker is ready to sacrifice his preferred right-back spot and play as a centre-half at his first 2018 Soccer World Cup, the 28-year-old has said.