Greece coach Fernando Santos has said he is happy for his team to play the role of David in Friday's Euro 2012 quarter-final -- providing the Greeks topple European Goliaths Germany.
The Germans are bidding for a fourth European crown, having last tasted success 16 years ago, but Greece are aiming to pull off another giant killing having shocked Russia to book their place in the Arena Gdansk quarter-final.
Much has been made in the build-up to Friday's quarter-final with unfancied Greece aiming to emulate their Euro 2004 triumph against Germany, who are amongst the favourites for the title.
The match has a political backdrop with German Chancellor Angela Merkel an unpopular figure in Greece due to her insistence on painful austerity measures as the best response to the Eurozone crisis.
A first win over Germany in the history of Greek football would boost moral amongst Greeks who are enduring their fifth straight year of recession and Santos is happy for his team to take the under-dog role, as long as they win.