Davies helped Wales to a famous 3-1 win over Belgium in the last eight of Euro 2016 last weekend.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Ben Davies has told the club's official website that his Belgian teammates said that they hoped Wales reach the final of Euro 2016 after Davies' nation knocked them out in the quarter-final last weekend.
Davies has played every match for Wales so far at the country's first major tournament since 1958, being utilised largely at centre-back instead of his usual left-back position.
Chris Coleman's side had already beaten Slovakia, Russia, and Northern Ireland to set up a clash with their qualifying group opponents Belgium in the last eight, and despite going 1-0 down the home nation pulled off a surprise 3-1 victory to reach the semi-finals.
That win set up a last-four clash with Portugal, who are yet to win a game in 90 minutes in the entire tournament, with the two teams coming together for a place in the final on Wednesday night.
The defender told the Tottenham website: "I saw Jan after the whistle and it was nice to have a chat with him.
"The Belgian boys were very complimentary and said they hoped we’d get to the final. It was good to see the lads and nice for them to say that."
While Wales are basking int heir glorious run, there will be personal heartbreak for Davies this evening as he is forced to watch on from the stands after a second yellow card picked up in his fifth appearance of the tournament activated an automatic one-match suspension.
The 23-year-old will be desperate to see his international teammates pull off another against-the-odds victory this evening as the country look to continue their remarkable journey.