Greece captain Giorgos Karagounis has told his team-mates to ignore pressure and "have a good time" at the FIFA World Cup™.
Greece continue their build-up to the South Africa showpiece with a friendly against Korea DPR in Austria tomorrow with veteran midfielder Karagounis determined to make the most of mixing it with the world's best.
The Panathinaikos star said: "Let's go to the World Cup to have fun and have a good time. And then you try to get into the next phase. We will try to do everything possible (to make that happen)."
Karagounis also talked up the ability of Celtic striker Georgios Samaras but dismissed suggestions Otto Rehhagel's side relied too much on the 25-year-old.
"He is a good player but we have others. We have a good team, not relying on one player. Our strength is overall but Samaras is a good footballer."
Cameroon will be without captain Samuel Eto'o when they take on Georgia in Lienz. The Inter Milan striker is being afforded a week-long rest after helping the Nerazzurri win the UEFA Champions League with a 2-0 victory over Bayern Munich on Saturday.
Eto'o will join the squad when they move their training base to Portugal at the end of the month. FIFA World Cup finalists Nigeria and Paraguay are also in action tomorrow. Nigeria meet Saudi Arabia in Wattens, Austria while Paraguay take on the Republic of Ireland in Dublin.