Romelu Lukaku believes Belgium have gained a winning mentality after reaching their first World Cup in 12 years with a 2-1 win over Croatia on Friday.
The forward, currently on loan at Everton from Chelsea, struck twice in the first half as Marc Wilmots' team secured top spot in Group A and a place in Brazil next summer.
However, the striker opted to pay tribute to his team-mates rather than take the credit for the three points himself.
"I'm not the match-winner, the team makes a difference. We played well," he told Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad. "The players and I can finally stamp our personality on the team, I am proud.
"The last quarter [of the match] we were difficult [to break down] but two years ago we could still have lost here 2-1. Now we have shown that we have a winning mentality.
"On Tuesday we play at home in the last match [against Wales] but it is certainly not a meaningless match. We will do everything to win."
Belgium coach Wilmots echoed Lukaku's sentiments and insisted that celebrations would be put on hold until after their clash with Wales on Tuesday.
"We are happy but we will not be partying," the coach said. "We have had a moment in the locker room but it is still too early for euphoria.
"On Tuesday, we have another game and I hope we also tackle it seriously. They played very maturely."