The president of the Commonwealth Games Federation has praised Glasgow's bid to host the sporting event.
Glasgow will learn if it has been successful later in the year
Micheal Fennell said he was "very satisfied" that the city could maintain the standards required to make the games a success.
Only Scotland and Nigeria have remained in the race to host the Commonwealth Games in 2014.
Commonwealth countries will decide on the winner in a secret ballot to be held in Sri Lanka in November.
Commonwealth Games Federation delegates do not get a vote.
Speaking on a visit to Glasgow, Mr Fennell said the city's image had changed for the better over the past 10 years.
"The level of commitment here is absolutely great," he said.
"The commitment has to come not just from sportspeople but also from government, the people, the city council, to host the games requires a strong commitment from everyone."