Sweden Under 21 international Martin Olsson feels that his English counterpart Theo Walcott is 'not that good'.
Olsson's side are set to lock horns with Stuart Pearce's England Under 21s in the semi-finals of the European Championship on Friday.
The hosts face a tough test versus England, but Olsson, who is contracted to Blackburn, does not fear the potential threat of Arsenal attacker Walcott.
Olsson told Fotbollskanalen: "He is good, but it's the players around him that make him good.
"He doesn't have an (Emmanuel) Adebayor in the team and he hasn't been that good.
"He is fast but not that good. He is much better for Arsenal."