One of several Danish stars playing in Italy, Martin Jorgensen joined Udinese after netting 14 goals in 86 appearances for Danish side AGF Aarhus.
Debut: 25/03/98 v Scotland
Jorgensen wears the number 10 shirt for Denmark but is versatile enough to play on the wing, as a second striker or in an attacking midfield role.
A skilful dribbler and assured passer, he has been one of Udinese's most consistent performers since moving to Italy six years ago.
Jorgensen has a disappointing goalscoring record but it was his cool finish in the 1-1 draw with Bosnia-Herzegovina which sealed Denmark's qualification.
Group C rivals Italy will certainly not take Jorgensen's abilities lightly - the Dane starred for Udinese as they defeated both Milan and Inter at the San Siro this season.
The 28-year-old is approaching the peak of his career and will be desperate to showcase his talents in Portugal.
Did you know? Jorgensen scored twice in Denmark's 3-2 win against England in a friendly in 2003.