Grealish is happy to be able to learn from his England teammate Harry Kane.
Aston Villa star
has talked about playing alongside
in the national team, saying that he is happy to be learning from him just ahead of the Euro 2020.
The 25-year-old had a very good season at Aston Villa, and now he is about to experience his first big international competition, and he hopes to learn more from the Lions’ high-profile striker.
"I speak to Harry a lot,"
Grealish said at a news conference on Wednesday.
"I speak to everyone in the changing room.
"I think it's good when you do come away with England to get different opinions off people, see what certain people do, what certain people don't do.
"But when you come away here there's no better person to look at than Harry Kane, to see the way he looks after himself and stuff like that.
"I think the main thing is you come here and you see the likes of Jordan Henderson and Harry Kane, and what they do off the field.
"Obviously what they do on it we can all see that, but what they do on the training pitch and around the place and how they look after themselves, and you sit there and you think it's no wonder why they've had the careers that they have had.
"And that's I think one of the main things that has made me mature as a player, as a person and as a captain."
Harry Kane has been experiencing a good season at the club and international level, becoming the top scorer in the Euro 2020 qualifyings with 12 goals and becoming the Premier League’s top scorer.
He is the third player after Thierry Henry (four) and Alan Shearer to win the Golden Boot three times or more.
He has been the second assist maker in the season, and this is why Grealish insists that he deserves more recognition than he is already receiving.
"For me, he's at the very top of his game right now,"
"I think he's had one of the best Premier League seasons I've seen.
"I don't know how he didn't get more awards than he did, with the most goals and the most assists."