Manager Gareth Southgate's youthful team exceeded expectations by reaching the semi-finals at the World Cup for the first time since 1990, helping turn some of their indifferent fans into passionate supporters.
England are back in action at the UEFA Nations League in September, when they take on Spain in their opening fixture at Wembley and Manchester City defender Stones is expecting a high turnout for that game.
"That's not to say we haven't had support everywhere but I've seen the scenes at home and that has been a massive boost for us because we've in a kind of bubble here.
"To play at Wembley again will be exciting for us and hopefully it will be a big advantage in the months to come."
The 24-year-old recognised England's shortcomings and said he would re-watch the games to identify the areas of improvement.
"I will watch all the (England) games back in my own time, what we did at both ends of the pitch, because if you don't score goals you don't win games and if you don't keep clean sheets you don't either," Stones said.
"That's the harsh reality of it when you play against the very highest level."
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