England's Bukayo Saka plays darts before a press conference at the Main Media Centre in Doha

Watch: Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka hilariously trolls Grealish and Maddison over spelling

The spirit within the England camp looks like it is currently at an all-time high with stars from different clubs happily mixing on and off the pitch.

Gareth Southgate’s first objective as England manager was to turn the mood of the camp around and he has been able to do just that while also improving things on the pitch.

Bukayo Saka has been one of England’s best players under Southgate and has already scored three goals during the tournament so far.

He was on target twice for England in their opening game against Iran and he added a third goal to England’s tally against Senegal with a smart finish to make it 3-0.

Former England striker Emile Heskey has been quick to praise Saka in particular for the role he has played for England under Southgate.

“It’s great to see Saka, Rashford and Bellingham scoring goals and getting plaudits now rather than the racist abuse they suffered just over a year ago after the Euros,” Heskey explained via Football London. “Saka in particular put in a great performance and was arguably man of the match.

“But Saka has come from Arsenal, where he and the club have been in fantastic form, to going straight into this game against Iran. So he hasn’t had any time off for his form to dip and I think the timing of the World Cup has worked out well for him in particular.

“Bukayo Saka is England’s MVP. Young players like him don’t overthink things. He isn’t affected by the external noise. He’s just playing on instinct and letting his talent do the talking. It’s great to see and he’s showing what a special player he is.”

The Arsenal man had been in fine form for his club before the tournament kicked off and he has been able to translate his club form into performances for England.

The 21-year-old had his best goalscoring season for Arsenal last year as he scored 12 goals across all competitions, with 11 of those strikes coming in the Premier League.

In a funny clip that has recently surfaced on social media Saka goes around the England camp and gets his fellow teammates to spell out various words.

In the latest video he speaks with James Maddison and Jack Grealish and the results are just as funny as you would imagine.

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