"Farfan is a wonderful footballer, he was in a very good shape when he came to Lokomotiv. But we watched him in the Peru squad, even though I know he became Russian Premier League champion with Lokomotiv. We are not going to do anything special while guarding him. We have excellent four defenders and we will try to "deal" with Farfan," Hareide told journalists.

He added that there were some noticeable changes in Peru's game and they have become less "aggressive".

"Their pressing is less intense than before. A player who is very good offensively is back. Farfan is very important... but the most important change in Peru's game is that they are less aggressive. And we need to pay attention to that," Hareide said.

Denmark will play their first World Cup match against Peru on June 16 at the 42,000-seater Mordovia Arena in Saransk before taking on 1998 Champions France an Australia.