Eden Hazard hopes that Belgium do not suffer the same fate as England and waste the potential of their own 'golden generation'.
The Red Devils head to the World Cup third in the latest FIFA rankings, with a squad that boasts some of its most stellar names in decades.
England face Belgium in their final Group G game in Kaliningrad on June 28 and Hazard is hoping the Red Devils go on to claim silverware, unlike England teams of the past.
"We know what we are. We are good players, we all play in the big games in England, in Italy and in Spain," the Chelsea star said.
"Ten years or 15 years ago, you had this 'Golden Generation' in England but you won nothing. Now I think the fans, journalists, all of Belgium, the country just wants to win something.
"We have a 'Golden Generation' - we just want to win something now. Can we be different to England? Maybe, maybe, we will see."