Wales fullback Neil Taylor believes his team has shown enough versatility thus far in the European Championship to be a real threat to Belgium's campaign.
Taylor, one of the three Wales players to find the net in their convincing 3-0 win over Russia during the group stage, admits the Dragons were not at their best in Saturday's last-16 victory over Northern Ireland.
However, the left-back does feel that the type of attritional football they needed to play in this victory shows that they are ready for whatever challenge Belgium will pose in their upcoming quarter-final match on Friday.
"I think we have shown we can do both styles," he told reporters. "Against Russia we played great football, much better than we did against England.
"We know Belgium very well and they know us very well. Obviously, they are a very good team. Anything can happen there."
Chris Coleman's team has surpassed the expectations of even the most optimistic Wales football fans and their remarkable progress in the tournament is obviously something that the players are reveling in.
"We are just going to enjoy it. It hasn't really sunk in yet, we're just in a quiet corner of France," he said referring to Dinar, the location of their training base.
"It has been amazing. We are 180 minutes away from the final," he continued. "I think the fans can see a route to the final but we have just played Northern Ireland and we know how tough it is.
"Anybody we play now will be another very tough game. Anything can happen and we're just hoping that whatever luck has been with us just carries on," he concluded.