You never know what happens in the future. But we are fit, we are hungry and we have some good players who are 25 years and around that age. It[winning the world cup] will give us hunger, absolutely. We want to do it again at the next tournament. The important thing is that the young guys have the experience of this tournament. I think we have six or seven of us who were born in 1988, so there’s a big chance to stay successful in these next years – but of course it’s only a chance. Every title is important. I’m happy that we won this title with the guys. Since the tournament was held in Germany in 2006, we always go as far as the semi-final, finish in third place or reach the final in 2008 but lose. But now we have taken one step more and that is the most important thing for the whole of this squad. We will go to France and try and do it again, for sure. We have the experience now from what we have done here and that will help us. I think what happened before in South Africa at the last World Cup helped too. We have quality players but the most important thing is that we have the tradition in our game. We can run, we can make pressure, we can defend and the mix between this is the solution.