Aaron Ramsey admits he has “unfinished business” at the Euros after firing Wales back to the tournament in memorable style.
Ramsey returned to the Welsh team to score in each half as they beat Hungary 2-0 in Cardiff to clinch second spot in Group E.
The Euro 2016 semi-finalists are now waiting for next Saturday's draw to learn their opponents in the summer.
No-one is more fired up than Ramsey who was in the team of the tournament last time but had to sit out the semi-final loss to Portugal with suspension.
Asked if he had unfinished business at the Euros, attacking midfielder Ramsey, 28, replied: “Yes.
“It was a disappointing ending to the Euros for me by missing out on the semi-final.
“Now I have the opportunity to go out there and express myself again and hopefully we can have another successful run like we did last time.
“To experience this again now is going to be some journey. We're looking forward to it.”
Ramsey missed the 2–0 exit to Portugal in France after successive bookings in the knock-out stages to Northern Ireland and Belgium.
He returned with a bang on his first competitive start for Wales since September 2018 with a brace to climb to joint seventh in the nation's all-time scorers list with 16 goals.
Ramsey reckons returning to the Euros has helped cushion the blow of Wales failing to make the 2018 World Cup after losing their last qualifier at home to Ireland.
Ramsey, who has 60 caps, added: “To do back-to-back Euros is something special.
“It was very disappointing not to make the World Cup.
“But we learned from that experience of that night to bring it back here and to win in the manner that we did was a nice experience.”
Ramsey quit Arsenal after 11 years this summer on a free to move to Italian giants Juventus .
He has only made eight appearances for them and four starts amid injury but he insisted: "I'm enjoying my time over there at the moment.”