QPR man Massimo Luongo is out to cause an upset at this year's Confederations Cup as Australia look to go head-to-head with Chile and Germany.
Australia qualify for the tournament as the 2015 Asian Cup winners, a competition where Luongo was named as Player of the Tournament which was held in his home country.
The 24-year-old was named in the preliminary squad for the tournament which has seen the Socceroos placed in the same group as current World Champions Germany and South American champions Chile.
Despite the Confederations Cup being of major concern to the Germans, who have named an experimental squad for the tournament, Luongo insists it's a big deal back in Australia and that they're ready to give winning the trophy a good go when it gets underway in June.
He said: "We have three big teams in our group, I don't know how Europe or England look at the Confederations Cup, I don't know if it's a big thing or not but for us it is, it's a massive thing.
"We're going to really go for it, but first we have a World Cup qualifier before we leave for the Confederations Cup so that's the one we have our main focus on because it's quite tight in our group at the moment.
"We've got Saudi Arabia who are second so that will be a massive game.
"We had Chile in the World Cup but I didn't play, I was devastated that I didn't play but I was on the bench for all three games and out of the three teams Chile were probably the business.
"That was their breakout tournament when everyone knew they were doing something in world football so that game will be an interesting one.
"Apart from Alexis Sanchez, some of them aren't as a big of a name as him so as a team they're probably the best team that I've seen so it will be interesting with them.
"The Germans are the Germans, they're one of the best teams in the world and individually the 0layers they've got are unbelievable so we've always been the underdogs in football and our manager is out there to change that and I think this is a good stage to do it."