England must be realistic about Euro chances - Gary Neville

England coach Gary Neville believes England need to be "a little bit more realistic" about the side's previous history and chances of success at Euro 2012.

Neville says the squad should be "managing expectations slightly differently" and "showing humility" about their chances of winning the tournament against more successful sides.

The former Manchester United full-back also believes Roy Hodgson's decision to give his squad an extended break ahead of the tournament is "brave" and "to be commended", hoping the decision will be rewarded over the course of the championship.