Denmark attacking midfielder Lasse Schone is confident that the Danes could cause plenty of problems Netherlands, Germany and Portugal at Euro 2012.
The Ajax man conceded that Morten Olsen's side are the least glamorous on paper in Group B
but pointed towards their encouraging track records against their three high-profile opponents as cause for optimism.
"Netherlands better be cautious against us. We might be the weakest team in our group on paper, but we have a very solid squad," Schone stated to NUsport.
"We finished ahead of Portugal in the latest qualifying campaigns for the World Cup and the European Championship, so why wouldn't we be able to repeat that?
"Additionally, we drew our last game against Germany, and only just lost to Netherlands.
"Denmark are the number 10 country in the Fifa ranking, so we're not that bad of a team. I don't mind people underestimating us."
Denmark start Euro 2012 with the Group B match against Netherlands on June 9.
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