Mariano Rajoy is fancying his chances of seeing Vicente del Bosque's side dispose of Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. in Donetsk on Wednesday evening
Vicente del Bosque's side enter the match as favourites after beating France 2-0 in their quarter-final and Rajoy is confident of his nation's chances of success going forward.
Arriving at a deputy congress meeting, Rajoy simply said: "Spain will win 2-0."
Spanish Foreign Minister Juan Manuel Garcia-Margallo has confirmed Rajoy's presence at the Euro 2012 final, should they see off their Iberian counterparts.
"The Prime Minister was at the first game of Euro 2012, and will be at the last," Garcia-Margallo told reporters.
Wednesday's crunch clash will get under way at 20:45CET in Donetsk.