When the Group Stages of the World Cup were about to start, there were a handful of players that most pundits had high up on their list of potential players that could win that award this year, and one player many of them overlooked was Harry Kane.
"It's massive for us", Maguire said.
Fans are hoping Harry Kane will soon be recreating this never-before-seen photo of him lifting the cup surrounded by his football team, aged just 15.
Wilkinson was immediately better at football than Beckham, showing the then Manchester United midfielder up dreadfully.
Southgate's decision to use a back three, as they did in reaching the semi-finals at Euro 96 and the 1990 World Cup, has played into Maguire's favour. "We spoke a lot about togetherness, the manager as well", he told reporters.
"We're going to try our hardest", he assured.
"It is unbelievable to be part of this World Cup so far and I get the feeling from the boys that we don't want to go home".
"No-one wants to go home".
In the video the youngster, wearing an England shirt, unwrapped the trophy and held it close to him as a nurse helped him hold the "really heavy" replica.
"When I was watching him during the season I was so keen that he stayed fit because I thought this was a stage I was certain he could show he could play at", Southgate said after Maguire scored his first worldwide goal in the 2-0 quarter-final win over Sweden.
He was unable to walk and talk before his treatment but a week ago he spoke for the first time since his illness to say all he wanted was the World Cup when the treatment was over. "It means so much to us all and we're singing the chants, we know the chants and we're going along with them".
"So to be here, to be part of it, I'm so proud".