Chelsea star Eden Hazard says he is eager to kick off his Euro 2016 campaign and to show what he is capable of doing to Italy's Antonio Conte.
Conte's Italy will face Belgium in what is certainly one of the tournament's most eagerly-awaited games and the midfielder believes it is one of the most important games of the competition for his side.
Conte, 46, will take charge of Chelsea at the end of the tournament.
"I am very happy I can play against my future manager," Hazard told reporters ahead of tonight's game.
"I hope I can show him everything I am capable of next season.
"It's up to me to show him that I have quality and that he can rely on me.
"I just can't wait for tomorrow [Monday] to come around so I can begin this tournament.
"Perhaps the first match is the most important of the competition.
"It will see whether we have confidence or not."