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The Three Lions defeated Denmark 2-1 in extra time on Wednesday at Wembley to punch their ticket to the final of this summer's Euros.
Gareth Southgate's men are now within touching distance of their first European Championship title and England's first major silverware since the 1966 World Cup.
Stones appeared unfazed with the pressure of facing Roberto Mancini's in-form Italy, who are currently on a 33-match unbeaten run.
Footage has since emerged from an England training session where the 27-year-old Manchester City defender could be heard saying "amano" with pinched fingers in the air.
Stones also pulled no punches towards his upcoming opponents by taking a brutal dig by calling for a handball.
Giorgio Chiellini's handball inside the box against Spain went unpunished in Italy's semi-final win at Wembley.
Speaking ahead of the Euro 2020 final, Southgate has rallied his England players to beat Italy and "bring the trophy home for everybody."
The England manager said at his press conference: "We're in a final and we are here to win.
"Everything is important, how we've represented people and we're pleased that legacy has been there but now we want to go and bring the trophy home for everybody."
The Queen has congratulated England on reaching the final of Euro 2020 and paid tribute to their "spirit, commitment and pride."
Southgate admitted it was "fantastic to have the letter from the Queen," but he reiterated England's focus is beating Italy in the final and lifting the Euro 2020 title.
"It has been fantastic to have the letter from the Queen and the prime minister to all of the team and the recognition the players have gone about this in the right way," he said.
"But we're in a final and we're here to win."
England and Italy will clash in the final of Euro 2020 on Sunday at Wembley, with kick-off at 8pm UK time.
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