Led by Chelsea magician Eden Hazard, it is no secret that Belgium are currently enjoying a golden generation of footballing talent that has seemingly come from nowhere.
What is quite incredible is that the talent appears to be unceasing in its production, with several more talents coming through at youth level who are tipped to become top level footballers in the future.
Much talk in England this year has been of the remarkable scoring feats of strikers Romelu Lukaku, 19, and Christian Benteke, 22. Both players, sadly, occupy a very similar role in a team, and thus are unlikely to ever be used together. Both, though, are truly potent weapons.
It should not be forgotten, also, that Everton-owned second striker Kevin Mirallas was turning heads early season and is another player still under the age of 25.
In midfield, the depth of talent is extraordinary.
Hazard leads the likes of Kevin de Bruyne, Dries Mertens and Nacer Chadli for the attacking midfield roles, while Mark Wilmots can choose from Marouane Fellaini, Axel Witsel, Mousa Dembele and Steven Defore, among others, for deeper deployment.
In defence it is a similar story. Manchester City's Vincent Kompany is the standout star, but Thomas Vermaelen, Jan Vertonghen, Nicolas Lombaerts, Sebastien Pocognoli and Toby Alderweireld are also looking to secure their places for years to come.
Selecting a side is an unenviable task, before even considering that, in Thibault Courtois and Simon Mignolet, Belgium possess two of Europe's best young goalkeepers.
Looking further ahead, Anderlecht's exciting duo of central midfielder Denis Praet and right winger Massimo Bruno are two who will be looking to step up in the near future.
Beyond that, Zulte-Waregem duo of defender Bernard Malanda and his attacking midfielder colleague Thorgan Hazard, owned by Chelsea, are ones to watch. Mischievous striker Michy Batshuayi is another with incredible talent, if he can keep on the straight and narrow.
Chelsea fans will no doubt point to 16-year-old central midfielder Charly Musonda Jr. as one of the best in Europe at his age level, while Manchester United's Adnan Januzaj and Andreas Pereira are also interesting prospects.
There's also another highly rated Hazard on the scene, in the shape of 16-year-old Kylian at Lille. The French club also own 17-year-old Divock Origi, an attacking midfielder who recently scored his first Ligue 1 goal.