Wolves defender Stephen Ward says the Republic of Ireland's Euros playoff with Estonia is the biggest game of his life.
While the Estonians may not represent the same threat as Dick Advocaat's men did that night in Moscow, Ward is adamant the trip to Tallinn is the most important of his career to date because of what is at stake.
He said: "You approach it as if it's the biggest game you are ever going to play in.
"With the manager we have, there's no way any of us will underestimate them. They have come through quite a difficult group to get to the play-offs, so they have to be respected.
"We have got a chance of achieving something great for us as players, so we need to go out as if we are playing anyone in the world and make sure we do everything to the best of our ability."