The Netherlands only just missed out on winning the 2010 World Cup after being beaten 1-0 by Spain in the final, but highly rated winger Royston Drenthe is confident that Oranje will be more successful at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The left footed winger made his official debut for Holland earlier this season and is full of ambition for the future.
"Getting called up for the national side felt like a reward for my positive attitude and for all the hard work. It's always been a dream of me to play for Oranje," said the Hercules star to Voetbal International.
"It took quite long for me to make my debut, but that wasn't only down to my football qualities. I don't play much better than I did last year, but I approach life in a different manner now. I've matured a lot and that clearly shows.
"When I left the training camp after my debut against Turkey, the coach said 'see you later'. I know that this doesn't really mean anything, but it's obviously better than 'farewell'.
"I'll be 27 in four years time. That's when we will win the 2014 World Cup in Brazil."