Eden Hazard is confident that this Belgium side can achieve success, despite two quarter final losses in two consecutive major tournaments.
The midfielder was deeply saddened by his side's loss to Wales in the last eight of the European Championship on Friday night, but he still believes that there are big things in store for the country's so-called 'golden generation'.
"We're going to keep working with the aim of winning things in future," Hazard told reporters after the match.
"There's a lot of pressure on him [Wilmots]," he continued. "We have had him as a coach for several years. We have had some great moments with him, some super moments with him.
"Today we have had a disappointment, but I think he will have a think, he will decide later if he wants to continue with us and if not, then we will wish him luck for the future.
"In two years there is a World Cup," he continued. "That's another objective, so we'll think about that, about qualification, then there's a Euro in 2020. We have a young team so we can be positive about the future.
"We played better today than we did against Argentina [in the 2014 World Cup]," he added. "We didn't play well that day. We lost 1-0, but we had some regrets as we didn't do enough.
"Today we played a great first 20 minutes, at the end of the match we all said that we would have liked to continue because we have a lot of quality, but they played with more desire than us today."