Fiery star England Dele Alli has vowed to remain calm in the World Cup.
Alli has been the target of opponents willing to provoke the volatile Tottenham midfielder.
Alli has been involved in a series of incidents when his temperament has won him.
Some experts fear that Alli will suffer the same fate as David Beckham, who was infamously expelled in the 1998 World Cup after being provoked by the Argentine Diego Simeone.
But at age 22 -Oro, who says he has never seen images of Beckham's red card, hopes to keep his tantrums at bay in Russia, where England faces Tunisia, Panama and Belgium in the group stage.
"I'm a big believer that he has to make mistakes to learn from them," Alli said.
"And, yes, I feel like I learned from the things I've done before, but it's not something I care about at all."
"I do not have I have not seen the incident with Beckham but, you know, I feel I have everything under control. That is not going to be a problem.
"Obviously, I've done some things before and people seem to think that's a problem, but it's not"
Meanwhile, England manager Gareth Southgate keeps his cards close to his chest while speculation continues about the identity of your World Cup goalkeeper.
Southgate gave Jordan Pickford of Everton their third crown on Saturday in a friendly 2-1 victory over Nigeria at Wembley.
But Jack Butland of Stoke and Nick Pope of Burnley are also in dispute.
With the last match of preparation of the World Cup of England for Thursday against Costa Rica, Southgate keeps his closers guessing.
"We will consider who plays in the goal against Costa Rica in the next 24 or 36 hours," he said.
"But I was really satisfied with what Jordan did, Normally, when you play for England, there are not many opportunities to make many stops."
"His decision-making about crosses, the blow he made, his distribution and calm to slide pbades to the center of the field.
"That was really important for the way we want to play, he can be very satisfied with his performance."
English midfielder Dele Alli has vowed not to lose his temper at the World Cup