Danny Rose: England defender is 'open' to family coming to Russia for the World Cup
|England v Belgium|
|Venue: Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad Date: Thursday, 28 June Kick-off: 19:00 BST|
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England's Danny Rose says he is "open" to his family coming to the World Cup, having previously told them not to come to Russia over fears of racism.
The 27-year-old had said he did not want to "worry" about his family's safety "because of racism and anything else that may happen".
The full-back is yet to start a game, with Ashley Young preferred instead.
"If I managed to get in the team at some point I may change my mind," Rose said on Tuesday.
The Tottenham defender's only appearance in Russia has been as a 70th-minute substitute during England's 6-1 win against Panama on Sunday.
England, who are already through to the last 16, face Belgium on Thursday (19:00 BST) to decide who will top Group G.
Rose added: "We just have to win on Thursday, that is the main thing, after that I will assess where I am at. I am definitely open to having my family out here."
He gave a candid interview before the tournament, saying he is "numb" to racial abuse and has "no faith" in the football authorities' "justice system".
The Russian Football Union was fined £22,000 for racist chanting by fans during a friendly against France in March.
But there have been no instances of racism at matches at the World Cup so far.