The Manchester City midfielder is said to have left the 2018 World Cup finals soon after the Three Lions' 1-0 loss to Belgium on Thursday, which saw England progress to the last-16 as Group G runners-up.
"It feels like a new revolution. The formation suits us perfectly", said the 25-year-old. The manager has come in with great ideas, great ideas in the way he wants us to play.
Lingard is seen as one of the key players keeping the atmosphere in the squad light and he said that the mood among the players has been flawless.
For me and as a team, we're not scared of anyone.
There was much debate pre-match whether it would be better for England to finish top or as runners-up to have a perceived "easier" route through the competition, one that would avoid potentially facing Brazil in the last eight. Unfortunately for him, he doesn't get to take the penalties he may draw later in the tournament.
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Rio Ferdinand, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard have all spoken recently of the cliques that became entrenched within the England camp during their era, when players from the Premier League's leading clubs kept one another at arm's length, and quarter-finals at World Cups and European Championships proved an insurmountable hurdle. For us, we're not focusing on the next game [after Colombia], we've got to get through against Colombia.
If Colombia can keep up their defensive form from the group stage, England could very well struggle to create chances in this game as well. We are going to have to play the big teams sooner or later, and if you want to be the best team in the world, you have got to beat the big teams. "No matter what round we're in, we're still going to play the same".
"That's what got us here, so why change?" Sure, the first two matches were against poor teams-Tunisia and Panama-but in a tournament that has been full of chaos, merely taking care of business and getting the expected result should count for something.
A worry for them though is the fitness of star-man James Rodriguez, the Bayern Munich attacker limping off against Senegal in the first half, his absence would be a major boost to England's chances.