Kahn Group C.E.O and Design Director, Afzal Kahn is willing to give away a number plate valued at £500,000 to an England player, should the three lions lift the World Cup trophy in Russia.

Mr. Kahn will pass the No. 4 registration, valued at £500,000, to England’s number four, Eric Dier to place on his vehicle, if Gareth Southgate’s men are crowned the kings of world football.

“Dier refuses to be intimidated by opponents, is humble and very ambitious,” said Mr. Kahn.

“Playing in a World Cup is the pinnacle for any proud English man. I would like to wish Eric, and the rest of the team the best of luck for the tournament, and hope my gesture possibly motivates him that little bit extra to bring the world cup home.”

Dier’s fellow England players also have an opportunity to bag gifts, should they help England to their first World Cup victory since 1966.

The 1966 DB, S50 CER and F00 71E registrations also being made available by Mr. Kahn.

The British designer is also hoping to reward England’s Danny Rose for publicly speaking about his struggles with depression.

“For someone from the football industry, which is synonymous with power and strength, to put his head above the parapet in such a brave manner, will help remove the stigma for sufferers as depression is the single biggest killer of men aged under 45 in the UK.

“I would like to congratulate Danny for not being ashamed of or diminished by what he has been through.

“Again, I hope the chance to own one of our high value number plates, motivates Danny and a few of the other lads, as the business community is also behind them, and willing to help in any way we can.”

Mr. Kahn not only designs and coach builds some of the world’s most desirable vehicles in the form of the Flying Huntsman, Huntsman 6X6 and the Vengeance, a re-bodied Aston Martin DB9, he is one of Britain’s most successful businessmen.

In addition, his private number plate collection is without a doubt the most exclusive in the UK, possibly the world.

The collection includes F1, which is said to be the most valuable number plate on the planet, with the number plate currently valued at over £15 million.

Mr. Kahn also designed a commemorative Chelsea Truck Company Flying Huntsman Defender, complete with the 4 HRH number plate to mark Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent wedding.