Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque has warned against complacency ahead of his side's clash with the unfancied Liechtenstein tonight, where three points would seal their place at Euro 2012.
"I have warned the players that, while Liechtenstein are undoubtedly an inferior side to us, every team we play these days is so motivated," said Del Bosque. "They are a well-organised side and they caused problems for Lithuania (in a 0-0 draw on Friday). Against Lithuania they drew and played well, so we are expecting a difficult game.
"If we play to the best of our abilities, we should be fine, but we will make sure that we are fully prepared for whatever threat they might pose," he added.