Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo has placed Italy among the favourites to win Euro 2016.
Antonio Conte's side are seen as outsiders to take the crown this summer after losing influential pair Marco Verratti and Claudio Marchisio, but Ronaldo has claimed that the Azzurri could land the crown.
The Real Madrid attacker has also picked out France, Germany and Spain as dangers to his country in this summer's competition in France.
"As hosts, France has a strong team to go the distance," Ronaldo told the Times of India. "Then we have the world champions Germany. They are always favoured and this time they are coming to the tournament stronger. In the last two Euros, they played well, reached the final in 2008 and semi-finals in 2012.
"And then, how can you forget Italy? And of course Spain... they are the reigning Euro champions."
Portugal will open their Group F campaign against Iceland on June 14.