If you could pick any one player from a Euro 2016 nation and put them in your starting XI, who would you pick?
That's what we asked some former pros from the England, Republic, Northern Ireland and Wales squads - and here's what they said ...
John Barnes - England
"I would have to pick Cristiano Ronaldo. Actually, I don't think England's problems will necessarily be scoring goals, it'll be defensive because I don't think we're strong defensively. I am trying to think of a centre-back who is commanding enough to put in the team - a fit Vincent Kompany, that's who I would have."
Danny Gabbidon - Wales
"Paul Pogba. It's his first real major tournament to show what he's about as a midfielder. He's been talked about as one of the best in the world for the last couple of seasons - and this could be a big tournament for him."
Phil Neville - England
"Ronaldo. Easy - he is the best in the world."
Neil Lennon - Northern Ireland
"Ronaldo. He'll certainly be the best player in this tournament - he can score at any time from anywhere and, talk about a big-game temperament, there's none better than him."
Robbie Savage - Wales
"Antoine Griezmann. He's got pace and his link-up with Bale would be incredible. It's in France as well so he would have the support of his home fans."
Paul Ince - England
Ray Houghton - Republic of Ireland
"Harry Kane. I like everything about Harry. He's got a great attitude, he's a great goalscorer and he's the type of player we need at the moment."
Terry Butcher - England
"Jerome Boateng. I would've said Vincent Kompany if he was fit."
John Hartson - Wales
"Paul Pogba. He's the most sought after footballer in the world. I genuinely feel that he's going to light up the summer. I can see him fitting along Aaron Ramsey and Joe Allen nicely in that Wales midfield."
Teddy Sheringham - England
"Ronaldo, quite simply."