Spain have nothing to fear in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, according to goalkeeper Iker Casillas.
The Spanish skipper insists he is 'not afraid of any team' as his side prepare for the summer tournament.
Spain finished top of their qualifying group and maintained a 100 per cent record during the section.
Such a solid string of results stands them in good stead according to Casillas who believes his side are more than capable of lifting the trophy.
"The truth is that I am not afraid of any team," the European champions' goalkeeper told Marca.
"We have already managed to beat important sides like England, Italy, Germany, Argentina.
"We have a complete group and we don't need to be scared of anyone."