The dispute surrounding Denmark's national football team could be solved in time for their UEFA Nations League clash with Wales, according to Danish second division player Rasmus Johansson.

Denmark took the unusual step of fielding a team comprised of lower-league and futsal players for Wednesday's international friendly in Slovakia amid a contract dispute with the country's football association.

The makeshift team lost 3-0 in Trnava without members of the squad who led them to the last 16 of the World Cup, but the likes of Christian Eriksen and Kasper Schmeichel could be back for Sunday's game against Wales in Aarhus.