Ryan Giggs says his Wales players are ready to recreate the "amazing" atmosphere of Euro 2016 by qualifying for another European Championship.
Wales reached the semi-finals in France after ending a 58-year wait to play at a major tournament.
Giggs' side will book their place at Euro 2020 by beating Hungary in Cardiff on Tuesday, ensuring there is no need for the play-off spot which they have already secured.
Aaron Ramsey returned to the starting team as Wales made two changes for the winner takes all Euro 2020 qualifying decider against Hungary.
Ramsey replaced Harry Wilson to make his first Wales start in over a year, while Joe Allen came in for Ethan Ampadu after missing the 2-0 win in Azerbaijan.
Hungary fans made their presence felt when they arrived in Cardiff ahead of the match.
Asked whether qualification would atone for his failure to grace a major tournament as a player, Giggs said: "It's not about me. It's about the country as a whole.
The team in 2016, everyone, whether you were involved or a fan or watching on TV, it was amazing.
Giggs was an unpopular choice among many Wales fans to succeed Chris Coleman in January 2018.
The former Manchester United player has often had his poor attendance record as a Wales player held against him.
But Giggs has won over some of his critics during a five-game unbeaten run, which has shown steady signs of progress and taken Wales to the brink of Euro 2020 qualification.
We just need to show the quality we've shown lately.
Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are both available after coming through the Azerbaijan game unscathed after their recent injury problems.
Skipper Bale played an hour in Baku before being replaced by Ramsey, who was making his first appearance in Euro 2020 qualifying.
Ramsey has yet to play 90 minutes this season and might be used as an option from the bench again, but Joe Allen is set to return from suspension to replace Joe Morrell.
As always, it's a bit of a balancing act.