Watford man Gareth Southgate is today celebrating his fifth anniversary as England manager.

In 2016 he was appointed national team manager on an interim basis and took charge for the first time against Malta in a 2-0 win on October 8.

Daniel Sturridge and Dele Alli scored the goals on that day, neither of whom are in the current squad.

Southgate, who was born just a stone's throw away from Vicarage Road at Watford General Hospital, has since guided the Three Lions to the World Cup 2018 semi final and the finals of Euro 2020 this summer.

Tomorrow evening he will manage his 65th overall game in charge against Andorra.

England are also due to face Hungary on Tuesday night.