Kevin de Bruyne is aware of the challenge Wales pose in their upcoming Euro 2016 quarter-final, and calls for a repeat of his team's performance against Hungary.
De Bruyne was in fine form for his side's 3-0 thrashing of Hungary on Sunday night, assisting two of Belgium's four goals and rattling the crossbar with a free kick.
Their quarter-final will be against a team they have a relatively poor recent record against, having lost and drawn their qualifying matches against Wales.
"We now play a Wales team we know well," he told reporters. "I can't wait to play this match with the number of Belgium fans in the stadium. We'll need to play at the same level as we did today."
Belgium recovered well after a poor showing in their opening match against Italy, scoring eight goals and conceding none in the three that followed.
"We are going to try to go all the way into the final, now we're in the quarter-finals," the Manchester City playmaker continued. "We need to take things one game at a time, Wales have played well thus far and deserve to be here as well. There will be no easy games if you want to get through to the final."