Gareth Southgate s position as England manager has never been stronger.
Following a World Cup semi final in 2018, his Three Lions have won the hearts of a nation by beating Germany and Ukraine in the knockout rounds of Euro 2020.
A group stage which saw slender wins over Croatia and the Czech Republic – and a goalless draw against Scotland – saw England finish top of their mini group.
History was made with a 2-0 win over Germany at Wembley in the last 16 of Euro 2020 before a resounding 4-0 victory over Ukraine in the quarter finals of the competition.
And, as England prepare for a last four match against Denmark, Southgate's salary is getting a lot of internet search - let's find out why and how much the England manager earns a year.
How much does Gareth Southgate get paid?
Southgate reportedly earns around £3 million a year from his position as England manager with the Football Association.
He was appointed England manager in November 2016 after an interim spell in charge of the national team from September of the same year.
Southgate stepped up from his role as England under 21s manager following Sam Allardyce's departure after only 67 days at the helm of the men's senior side.
He made 57 appearances for England and has put smiles on the faces of Three Lions fans with two semi final appearances in two major tournaments - World Cup 2018 and Euro 2020.
He took a 30% pay cut for an initial three months as the FA looked to make considerable savings due to financial losses incurred due to the Covid pandemic in 2020.
How does it compare to other England managers?
Southgate's £3m salary is about par for England managers of late, with Allardyce and Roy Hodgson both agreeing the same when appointed national team manager.
Yet that figure is some way below the highs foreign managers Sven Goran-Eriksson and Fabio Capello earned when in the England hot seat in the early 2000s.
Erikssen, England's first foreign coach, was paid £4.5m a year with his successor, former Real Madrid and AC Milan manager Capello, taking home £6m a year.
How does it compare to Premier League managers?
Southgate's annual England salary doesn't come close to the highest earners in the Premier League, with Man City's Pep Guardiola topping the charts with a staggering £20m a year.
Jurgen Klopp takes home £15m a year at Liverpool, Marcelo Bielsa earns £8m a year at Leeds United, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is on £7.5m a year at Man United, according to reports.
Brendan Rodgers is said to be on £5m at Leicester City and Sean Dyce £3.6m a year at Burnley.