The pair are excited ahead of tonight’s crunch last 16 match with Iceland, although Kelly, 26, is more confident of Roy Hodgson’s boys progressing to the quarter-finals.
The squad left their base in Chantilly yesterday for the match at the Allianz Riviera in Nice, where fans were already gathering, including Dan Carter and Steph Walker from Newcastle.
Stars Jack Wilshere, Jordan Henderson and Jamie Vardy were seen laughing and joking as they boarded a coach before jetting off to the South of France.
However, they will be taking seriously the challenge from Iceland, Euro 2016’s smallest nation with a population of just over 320,000 people.
Tournament hosts France await in the oooh la last eight.