Kevin Nisbet wants Scotland to have the same impact as Wales in the Euros.
Kevin Nisbet, a Scotland striker, feels his country can follow in the footsteps of Wales and make an impact on the international stage.
On Monday, the Scots will play Czech Republic in their first Euro 2020 match at Hampden Park, ending a 23-year gap from major tournament action.
Wales came back from a longer break five years ago to reach the European Championship semi-finals, and Nisbet acknowledged that Scotland could “definitely” learn from their example.
“In the Euros, anything can happen,” the 24-year-old added. “Greece also won it one year, and no one expected them to.
“For us, the most important thing is to get the group out of here, and then we’ll regroup and go from there.
“Everything is focused on the Czech game. It’s a huge game for us, and if we can win it, it will set us up nicely for the remainder of the group games.
“In each match or competition you play in, you want to get off to a good start, so we’ll be completely focused on the Czech game and how we’ll aim to beat them.”