LUCY BRONZE has told boss Sarina Wiegman: Keep up with England’s boozy stars all the way to World Cup glory.
The Lionesses have set their sights on global domination after winning the Euros on Sunday against Germany at Wembley.
Wiegman is now set to land a six-figure bonus and a bumper new contract despite having two years of her £400,000-a-year deal remaining.
After a heavy night of partying, right-back Bronze said : “Sarina was finding it hard to keep up with the English ways. She had a few comments!
“I tried to give her a beer before she started the meeting and she was like ‘Please don’t, Lucy’.
“We have been winding her up but it’s something she’ll have to get used to now she’s an honorary Englishwoman.
“She will have to get practising. Hopefully we can have more nights like that. So she’s going to need it.”
Bronze has won titles in England and France plus three Champions Leagues.
Now she wants glory at the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, which is on from July 20 to August 20.
She added: “Winning the Euros is fantastic but there is a little star missing from our crest on the England shirt.
“I’d love to get my hands on the World Cup — that will make the trophy cabinet full.”
FA chief executive Mark Bullingham claimed the title had come “earlier than we could have ever hoped”, less than a year into Wiegman’s tenure.
He said: “Sarina was our No 1 target.
“Not in our wildest dreams did we imagine this success so soon.
“We thought that this tournament might be too early. We weren’t sure we’d win this one — we were hoping we would win one in the future.”
Wiegman only arrived in September but FA director of women’s football Sue Campbell is keen to tie the England boss down on a longer deal when she returns from a camper-van holiday with the family.
Campbell said: “She’ll have a couple of weeks off and then when she gets back we’ll have a conversation. She’s done an incredible job.”
Yesterday 7,000 fans packed out Trafalgar Square to roar home the Lionesses and carry on the party.
The players left the crowd in hysterics as they danced on stage to Three Lions and Sweet Caroline in huge sunglasses looking worse for wear after an all-night bender.
Bronze, 30, who has just signed for Barcelona, added: “The celebrations were crazy. Dancing, cake, drinks, dancing again. The last message I sent on my phone was at 4am. It didn’t make much sense!
“And then we all had to get up at 8.30am to have a meeting. We were all saying that it still doesn’t feel quite normal.
“When we get home on the sofa, having a cup of tea, we will be sat there and that will be the moment where we think it’s insane — we are champions of Europe.”