Wales talisman Gareth Bale insists they still have plenty to play for despite their heartbreaking defeat against England on Thursday.
The Real Madrid superstar gave Chris Coleman’s side a first-half lead in Lens with a 35-yard free-kick.
However, the Three Lions hit back after the break through Jamie Vardy before Daniel Strurridge struck deep into added time to break Welsh hearts.
Coleman’s men are still in a good position to qualify for the knockout stages despite the setback.
Bale said: “The tournament is not over yet. We are still in the thick of it and we will go into our last game with even more strength.
“Every game is important as we know and as I said before we keep fighting all the way. We gave 100 per cent and can’t have any regrets.
“We still feel strong, we still feel happy, we are enjoying the experience and still have one more game to go.”
Coleman admits England’s last-gasp winner in Lens is a bitter pill to swallow.
He said: “I am really gutted and absolutely devastated for our fans.
“But this is tournament football, let’s get this out of the way and get up in the morning and make sure our minds and focus is on the next challenge.
“We have waited so long to be here but there was always going to be disappointments along the way.
“This is one of them, this is a real tough one but we have to show our mettle and make sure we bounce back.
“We have 90 minutes to make the most of something we have worked hard for. But what doesn’t hurt you makes you stronger.”