Belgium striker Divock Origi insists his side should not be considered favourites for their last-16 Euro 2016 clash against Hungary.
Origi's side head to Toulouse after winning their last two matches without conceding a goal, while Hungary were the surprise winners of Group F.
"They are a really brave team," Origi said. "The players are not afraid. They fight for each ball.
"It won't be easy, they have players with a lot of qualities."
Origi revealed Belgium's preparations have not been affected by being drawn with Hungary, a match-up that has perhaps surprised a few.
"We are training for this game as usual," the Liverpool forward said. "We are staying calm.
"We will determine a strategy with the coach. We all want to play a great match. It will be an interesting match for us.
"Personally, I think that there is no favourite in football. We have to prove our qualities. We have to believe in us. And they will believe in them. So it will be a good game. Of course, we hope to win this match."