In the video above, Jamie Vardy gives Gareth Southgate his backing to become the next permanent England manager.
Spain have come back from 2 goals down to draw 2-all with England in a friendly match at Wembley Stadium.
However, against the run of play Lallana played Vardy through with a delightful ball across the box in the ninth minute and the striker drew a foul from Reina, earning the penalty for Lallana to put the Three Lions ahead.
A wave to say hello or goodbye from Southgate?
This was witnessed as early as the eight minute when the pacy Jamie Vardy tore into Pepe Reina's box. Unfortunately, that March display against the Germans inspired false hope, as Roy Hodgson was the first of three managers to take the reigns of the national side.More news: Case Keenum out, Jared Goff in as Rams starting QB
Subs: Ander Herrera 7, Iago Aspas 7, Koke 7, Isco 7, Nolito 6, Morata 7.
"The boys spoke about doing it and it didn't happen when Adam (Lallana) scored so I just thought I'd try my luck when I scored and everyone was doing it, including the bench", said Vardy, 29. "It was not to be at the end of the game". With their game of stealing and running, they hunted down a second goal and then came close to a third two or three times. It's not my decision.
"So we suffered a little bit and that's when we made a decision to change things, went four at the back and restructured slightly because we know England are very, very fast on the break".
Asked if he is having the best season of his life, he admitted: "I think so, I think that's right". But now he's in top form for the Reds, he will want to take his game for his country to the next level. New boss Lopetegui brought on Real Madrid duo Alvaro Morata and Isco, while also bringing on Celta Vigo forward Iago Aspas.
"They show different skills in the offensive phase and I think they are trying to work on the offensive phase".