Northern Ireland star Stuart Dallas believes the team can make a big impact in the Euro 2016 finals.
Having qualified for the country's first major tournament since the 1986 World Cup, manager Michael O'Neill's target is to reach the knockout stages in France.
Dallas says with the current Northern Ireland side, anything is possible.
"We will be going to France to make an impact," said Dallas, who along with the rest of the squad attended a special reception at Belfast City Hall last night.
"We qualified top of our group and anyone who thinks we are just going to the finals to make up the numbers would be silly. We believe we can perform well.
"We have three group games and if we start off with a good result you never know what we can achieve."
Before then comes several friendlies, starting at home to Latvia on Friday. Dallas added: "We aim to win and keep our momentum."