Leeds United centre-back Pontus Jansson is excited for Sweden's World Cup chances after they reached the quarter-finals.
Sweden's win over Switzerland booked their place in the last eight, where they will take on England.
Jansson is thrilled with Sweden's progress and is excited for the last eight clash.
The defender said Sweden will 'never stop believing' ahead of the England game.
Jansson was an unused substitute in the last 16 game against Switzerland as Manchester United's Victor Lindelof marshalled the backline effectively, helping keep a clean sheet.
The Leeds ace is next in line should an injury happen to Lindelof or Andreas Granqvist, as he showed earlier in the tournament in Sweden's win over South Korea.
Known to many Championship attackers, England's Premier League stars could get a taste of what it is like to come up against the uncompromising Swede.
His form for Leeds last season was mixed and if he does play, England will need him to have an off day.