Russia is not what Danny Rose expected.Before the tournament, the England left-back told his family to steer clear of the World Cup due to fears of racial abuse. 2 Rose would love to break into Southgate’s starting XI Rose made his World Cup debut as a substitute against Panama 2 However, in an exclusive interview with talkSPORT, the Tottenham defender revealed he might have a change of heart after his experience of the host nation.Rose said: “It depends if I’m playing! But if I manage to get in the team at some point, I may change my mind.“We’ll have to wait and see. We have to win on Thursday and after that I’ll assess where I’m at,” he continued.“It’s been really quiet. The weather’s amazing.“I haven’t had much time to go out into St Petersburg yet but everyone says it’s beautiful, they’ve had a look at the museums and there’s a beach just around the corner from us.“The further we go, I’d love to get out and see more.” While Rose is enjoying his time in Russia, he admitted his disappointment at being left out of the starting XI for England’s group games against Tunisia and Panama.But he holds no bitterness against Ashley Young, who has been preferred at left-back, and understands his role in Gareth Southgate’s tight-knit group.Rose added: “I’ve been as good as I can be.“Before the Tunisia game, I went up to Youngy and said ‘good luck, you deserve this. Keep doing what you’ve done at Manchester United all season’.”talkSPORT are with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network.