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Manchester United starlet Dylan Levitt admits Wales are now "dreaming" of another semi-final spot.
United midfielder Levitt came off the bench in the closing stages of 10-man Wales' 1-0 loss to Italy.
The result saw Rob Page's men progress on goal difference in second spot in Group A to set up a last 16 clash against Denmark in Amsterdam on Saturday.
They are now two games away from equalling their nation's best run at a major tournament after reaching the last four at Euro 2016.
Manchester United youngster Levitt, 20, who has nine caps, said: “It is amazing.
"We just want to repeat 2016.
“It is every boy's dream to do that.
“With the players we have got, we think we have enough quality to do that and go far in this tournament.”
Levitt in action for Wales after being loaned to NK Istra 1961 in Croatia earlier this season
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Levitt came on in the 86th minute in Rome for Neco Williams as Wales fought a rearguard action against group winners Italy, who finished with a 100% record.
The narrow loss meant Wales finished above Switzerland, who are ranked 13th in the world by FIFA.
His appearance capped a nomadic season for Levitt, who only made his international debut in September after playing on loan for Charlton in League One this season and then Croatian club NK Istra 1961.
He admitted: “I was just amazed to get on.
“It is something for me to build on now personally.
“To play in a major tournament for your country is an amazing feeling.
“I think the result despite all their fans , the stadium and the red card, I thought we dealt with it very well.”