Thibaut Courtois is under the spotlight, with his error in Thursday's match against Russia leading to a Denis Cheryshev goal, although Belgium went on to win the game 3-1.
One of Zinedine Zidane's first moves on his return to Real Madrid was to replace Courtois with Keylor Navas in a decision that caused a lot of debate and intrigue.
"I consider myself to be one of the best, although the Spanish press would love to kill me," said Courtois.
"I feel very strong and I'm at ease because I know I train and play well. "
The goalkeeper went on to explain what happened in relation to the Cheryshevgoal against Russia.
"Cheryshev elbowed me and I therefore wasn't able to stop the ball from going in," he noted.
"It was a small error, but these things happen in the life of a goalkeeper."
Next up for Belgium and Courtois is Cyprus. After that he will return to Madrid where the battle for the No.1 spot with Navas will resume.