Gylfi Sigurdsson is living out his childhood dreams and cannot wait for Iceland's historic clash with England.
Monday pits the tiny Nordic island of just 330,000 inhabitants against the country that gave birth to football with a place in the Euro 2016 quarterfinals up for grabs.
England approach the match as overwhelming favourites, but Iceland have regularly shocked the continent's establishment and finished above Portugal in Group F.
Sigurdsson still smiles when recalling the last-gasp win against...
Back in September, Iceland found their celebrations after reaching Euro 2016 were interrupted in the same way as everybody else's. The capital city, Reykjavik, had pulsated with joy after the draw with Kazakhstan that secured their place in France, and the team joined supporters in one of the city's bars to lap up their astonishing success story.
It was certainly not the private party a bigger nation would hold. And, eventually, long into the night, closing time had passed and the police arrived...
Co-manager Heimir Hallgrimsson has rallied his "Icelandic army" ahead of Monday's Euro 2016 clash against England.
Iceland, which has a population of only 330,000, is the smallest nation ever to grace a major tournament.
Hallgrimsson is dreaming of adding another chapter to that fairytale and said: "We've said previously that this game is a win-win game.
"They [the players] have already won the hearts of all Icelandic people for their performances.
"With a good performance against England tomorrow,...
While England have recorded just one victory from their three Euro 2016 matches so far, head coach Roy Hodgson's message ahead of the second round meeting with Iceland should be simple: more of the same, lads.
Finishing behind Wales in Group B was a huge disappointment, not least because it put England on the more difficult side of an extremely lopsided draw. But England's approach against both Russia and Slovakia, 1-1 and 0-0 draws, respectively, was perfectly logical.