Fernando Torres has made it clear that Spain are still hungry for success after winning the 2010 World Cup in South Africa last summer, and that they've now set their sights on winning Euro 2012.
Spain currently sit first in Group I of the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign with nine points from three games, and host Czech Republic on Friday in their fourth game before travelling to Lithuania four days later.
"One of the most difficult things in football is learning how to win, especially when you're playing with the national side," the Chelsea forward was quoted as saying by El Mundo Deportivo.
"After many disappointing tournaments, Spain have finally learned how to do so and we're eager to continue winning.
"Our next goal is to win Euro 2012. No team has ever managed to win back to back European Championships - World Cup - European Championships. That's our next objective as there's nothing better than breaking records."