Speaking to the Daily Mail, Marcus Rashford said: "One thing I'd say is we are not scared of any team we come up against. You have to work hard and believe in yourself and your team-mates.
"If you don't do that you may as well forget about winning. We're not scared of any other teams. Are there teams that have played well and impressed us? Yes, definitely. There have been some strong performances.
"Some performances that make you sit back and enjoy football. Going forward, if we are going to win the tournament we are going to have to play against the best teams in the tournament. We want to look forward to those games.
"We don't want to be scared of playing against these teams. We have exposed ourselves to more of these big games against the best teams, the biggest nations and some of the best players in the world and we've managed to deal with it."
Rashford is in contention to start for England against Scotland on Friday after being a substitute for the Euro 2020 opener vs Croatia last week.
The Manchester United forward is currently nursing two different injuries (shoulder and foot) and is set to have surgery after the tournament is over.