There is no denying England were below par in their final Euro 2024 qualifier against North Macedonia but there were still a few of decent individual performances.
Pickford came through the ranks and began his career at boyhood club Sunderland before signing for the Toffees in the summer of 2017.
Shortlisted for PFA Young Player of the Year 2016/2017
Following the Black Cats' relegation, Pickford's excellent individual campaign earned him a £25million move to Everton. At the time, it made Pickford the third most expensive goalkeeper in the history of football at the age of just 23.
Winning Everton's player of the season 2017/2018
The former Sunderland stopper did suffer a dip in form after the World Cup and came in for a lot of media criticism when he seriously injured Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk in the Merseyside derby. However, he has remained number one for both club and country throughout.
The goalkeeper then had a very impressive tournament at the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, where his side reached the semi-final but were unfortunately beaten on penalties by Germany.
He eventually made his senior debut later that year at Wembley Stadium in a 0-0 draw against Germany.
Pickford starred, producing some breath-taking performances with perhaps the most notable being when he helped England win their first ever penalty-shootout at a World Cup, saving the decisive spot-kick from Carlos Bacca against Colombia.
Southgate stuck with him, though, and he was repaid in full. The former Sunderland stopper conceded just two goals in the whole tournament as England lost to Italy in the final.
Jordan Pickford's net worth is believed to be £37 million.