Northern Ireland's all-time top goal-scorer David Healy believes anything's still possible for the team in France.
The Green and White Army's 'Dare to Dream' suffered a set-back on Sunday when they were beaten 1-0 by Poland in their opening group match in Nice.
Michael O'Neill's boys now have their backs firmly to the wall - and nothing less than a win over Ukraine on Thursday is the bottom line if they are to have any realistic chance of getting to the knock-out stages.
But Healy, who bagged 36 goals in a glittering career for his country, isn't giving up hope.
"Northern Ireland has always achieved great things being the underdogs.
"They should go out and have no fear. Remember they were fitfh seeds in their qualifying group (which they went on to win) - so anything's possible.
"I just wish I was four or five years younger!"