|ESPNsoccernet: World Cup 2010|
Arjen Robben is convinced that Netherlands can build on their opening victory over Denmark and make a big impact at the World Cup.
The Dutch face Japan on Saturday and Bayern Munich winger Robben, who is building up his fitness after a hamstring injury, told FIFA's official website: "The expectations are high. You go to the World Cup to win the title but you have to be realistic and know that it is very hard.
"There are a lot of big teams with a lot of quality. But we have a very good group of players and can accomplish something at this World Cup.''
Robben is pleased to be working with coach Bert van Marwijk, adding: "He has been very clear from the beginning about what he wants from this group of players. He is a coach who can communicate in a very calm manner. He keeps the peace in the team and those are good characteristics.''
Robben is hoping to be fit for Netherlands' final group game with Cameroon in Cape Town on June 24.