Northern Ireland have made history, as Thursday's 3-1 home win over Greece means that they have now qualified for the European Championship in France next summer.
Two goals from Steven Davis and a strike from Josh Magennis means that Michael O'Neill has guided Northern Ireland to their first major championships since 1986, sparking wild scenes through the nation upon the final whistle.
One player who took part in the match - and the ensuing celebrations - was Leeds United winger Stuart Dallas, who played the full 90 minutes at Windsor Park.
The 24-year-old wide man will now be dreaming of a place at Euro 2016, and having played a key role in O'Neill's side, his participation is virtually guaranteed - barring an injury.
After the game, Dallas' Leeds team-mate Liam Cooper took to Twitter in order to congratulate Dallas, who has no doubt been busy celebrating in recent hours.
Congrats to my mate @dallas_stuart on reaching the European finals! Enjoy lad..— Liam Cooper (@LiamCooper__) October 8, 2015
Dallas will be expected to play a major role in Northern Ireland's side at the European Championships, as he plays out wide in O'Neill's 4-3-3 system - just as he does under Uwe Rosler at Elland Road.
Dallas can look forward to a great summer at the end of the season, and Leeds will be hoping that his achievement will spur him on to even better form under Rosler, after a bright start to life as a Leeds player.