Belgium young wing back, Jordan Lukaku attracted some attention following his fine offensive display during their latest 3-2 friendly win over Norway, but that doesn't really satisfied Red Devils' head coach, Marc Wilmots.
The side have been ranked the best team in the world for a large part of the past year and Marc Wilmots has arguably the best squad in the tournament.
Their front line is bursting with young, attacking talent, Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku, Divock Origi and Yannick Carrasco all options for the front four positions.
Being tipped as one of the favorites in Euro 2016, Belgium still not looking convincing as in their latest friendly match they were held into a 1-1 draw by Finland.
Although it's not a convincing result, but that draw doesn't give any concern on The Red Devils' star, Eden Hazard, who believes that his side actually showed many positive things on that friendly.
Eden Hazard may not have the best of season with Chelsea, but that doesn't mean that his role in the Belgium national side will be diminished as head coach, Marc Wilmots remain confident over Hazard's quality.
Belgium failed to pick up all three points from their latest Euro 2016 qualifier match as they were held into a goalless draw at home by Wales and that result was considered as a disappointment by Red Devils' head coach, Marc Wilmot.
Belgium national side are gearing up for another important Euro 2016 qualifier match as this weekend they're set to face current group leader Wales in Brussels, a potentially interesting tie that is being taken seriously by Red Devils' head coach, Marc Wilmots.
Bosnia-Herzegovina are yet to register any win on their Euro 2016 qualifier as on Monday they were held into a 1-1 draw by Belgium, but the Balkan side head coach Safet Susic stated that his team should be pleased with that result.
Being one of the favorites to qualify for Euro 2016 from group B, Belgium apparently isn't forcing themselves to take home three points from all of their matches as they're quite content after only grabbing a point against Bosnia.
Bosnia's ambition in picking up their first Euro 2016 qualifier victory was halted again on Monday as they were held by Belgium at Bilino Polje Stadium.
The home side were determined in snatching all three points after failing to do so in previous two games.
Returning to Chelsea this summer after successful loan years at Atletico Madrid, Thiabau Courtois didn't need much time in convincing The Blues' boss, Jose Mourinho, who already picked him as the number one man.
Losing to Argentina in the Quarter finals of World Cup 2014 may left some disappointment for Belgium players, but skipper Vincent Kompany along with his head coach, Marc Wilmots is keen on taking the positives from their campaign.
Argentina made their way into World Cup 2014 semi finals and although there's still a tough hurdle from Netherlands along the way, but there's no point of hiding that Albiceleste are already dreaming of the final.