The 62-year-old coach has completed his squad for the competition by announcing the names of the last two players that he will take to Poland and Ukraine
Denmark head coach Morten Olsen has announced Jores Okore and Nicklas Pedersen as the final members of his 23-man squad for Euro 2012.
Okore makes the squad after impressing for newly-crowned Danish champions Nordsjaelland during the season, while Pedersen, who plies his trade at Groningen, is a familiar face in the national team's setup, with three appearances in the Euro 2012 qualifiers.
"After a very good year, Jores has been nominated as one of four central defenders in the squad," Olsen told reporters.
"Regarding Nicklas, we have never doubted his qualities, but we have been in doubt about his physical condition.
"During the training sessions in Helsingor, he has not only confirmed his technical skills and his goalscoring abilities, but we also tested him to the extreme physically and he has passed."
Denmark will kick off their Euro campaign against Netherlands on June 9 before taking on Portugal and Germany.
Below you can find Denmark's squad in full:
|Kasper Schmeichel||Leicester City|
|Anders Lindegaard||Manchester United|
|Michael Silberbauer||Young Boys|
|Niki Zimling||Club Brugge|