England boss Gareth Southgate has called on more of his attacking players to start scoring as they prepare to face Germany in the Nations League.
The Three Lions are looking to bounce back in Munich from Saturday's surprise 1-0 defeat by Hungary in Budapest.
Only three players have five goals or more - Harry Kane (49), Raheem Sterling (19) and Harry Maguire (seven).
"What is clear is that in terms of goals, we are heavily reliant on Raheem and Harry," Southgate told BBC Sport.
"Germany and Brazil are still the benchmark in terms of the countries who have consistently won tournaments," added Southgate.