After every World Cup there's always a rush to sign the players who impress on the biggest football stage and this year England players might be no different and Harry Maguire could be in line for a huge move.
Nevertheless, his performances have reportedly been enough to attract interest from Manchester United, and Mahrez, who was a club-mate of Maguire until he moved to Manchester City earlier this week , believes he would be able to shine at Old Trafford.
Centre-back Maguire could now also find himself a man in demand as a result of his eye-catching performances during England's run to the semi-finals in Russian Federation.
"I mean I had Richard Dunne and people used to say, coaches in my dressing room, that would say "get it up the side of him you'd do him for pace".
Mahrez also heaped praise on England after they were knocked out of the World Cup by Croatia on Wednesday night. I wanted to work under him and play for this club. "He'll have to decide".
The 27-year-old Algerian global forward had wanted to move to the champions in January but City baulked at the £80 million fee Leicester demanded at the time. "I'm very confident in myself and I hope to help this team to improve".
He said: "At home we had a good game". It's a goal. Now we have to work and see what can happen. "This does not affect me", said Mahrez, who only cost Leicester £400,000 when they signed him in 2014.
Mahrez, though, said he did not wish to discuss the frustrations of the January transfer window and rather set his sights on what he can achieve at Manchester City.
Mahrez temporarily stopped training after the Foxes refused to lower their reported £95million asking price for the Algerian and City pulled out of a potential deal.
The deal to take him to the King Power Stadium, from then recently relegated Hull, cost just £17 million but he would now be worth almost triple that price.
However, Torino are eager to keep hold of one of their prized assets and would only part with the Spaniard if they received a substantial offer.
"If I moved sooner, maybe i would have been happy, now I'm happy to be here. the most important thing".