Wales manager Chris Coleman has assured of more from his team even after the 2016 Euro tournament currently underway in France.
Coleman has turned the team to a formidable side after heading to the tournament with odds stacked against them and as the team heads to the semi final game against Portugal, he says whatever the outcome, they will always build on the experience.
Wales emerged top of their group and saw off Belgium to advance to the semis and Coleman is not short of confidence when he looks at his team.
By coming this far, he has already engineered the best run for the team in a major tournament and he notes that they will be taking a brave approach to the semis, seeking a place in the final.
“People think the end of this tournament is the end of this journey, but it’s not,” he said.
“It’s part of the journey. The experience this group of boys will get from this, they’ll be here long after I’m here. This success is part of the learning process.
“When I looked at the group we were in the tournament, I thought we were capable of getting out of the group.
“You never know who you’ll get in the last 16, and then the quarter-final. I thought that was a possibility. I told the players that, that I genuinely believed we arrive at that stage,” he added.