“We might be a small country but in football terms we’re up there. We think we can compete with anybody, we think we can have the same chance as anybody, but of course we don’t have the same number of quality players as other nations have. So for us, it’s about creating an atmosphere and making sure everything is right on the day. Then it’s set up for us to make results.
“I’m absolutely sure [Kasper is looking forward to it]. They obviously had a little bit of a difficult time in Azerbaijan, in Baku, playing in very hot conditions. They had to stay overnight, travel back, they had one day in camp and then had to travel to England. So I’ve had limited time to speak to him but I’m sure he’s looking forward to it.
“It is everybody’s dream, every player in the world, I can guarantee you that, to play at Wembley. So to play a semi-final, for a place in the European Championship final, at Wembley? It doesn’t get much better.”