Ashley Cole will create history in Denmark tonight when he becomes the most-capped England full-back of all time.
Ashley Cole has warned Arsenal's Kieran Gibbs that he has no intention of stepping aside and allowing the young full back to take his England spot.
Ashley's 87th England appearance will surpass the record of another former Arsenal man, Kenny Sansom, and the likelihood is Cole will crash through the century barrier at some stage next season.
Cole will not only make his 87th appearance for England, he will also be starting his 87th game. And he is hopeful that Fabio Capello will pick him for the game against Denmark.
Ashley Cole on his record breaking feat: "I'm never going to give up or retire, I want to win as many caps as I can.""In the back of my mind I will think I broke the record. But I don't want to stop here. I want to keep going and get more caps."
"It's probably unique, I have missed a lot of games through injury so maybe I would have hit 90 by now. But to play for your country is a dream as a little kid and I am thankful to have done it so many times."
"Not for one minute did I imagine I would win trophies, play for Chelsea, play for Arsenal and for England so many times, every day is a joy but I am still very hungry for more trophies."
Fabio Capello on Ashley Cole: "I am really happy for him because I remember the boos he suffered at Wembley."
"He has played really well every time, he is always focused on the game and he is always really important in training."
"He is a great player and he will become one of the most important players for England."
Ashley Cole has always been famous with the England Fans and that was rightly reflected when Cole collected the 2010 award for fans' player of the year.