Scotland's Julie Fleeting insists she is keeping her eye on Denmark despite scoring her 100th international goal ahead of winning her 100th cap.
Julie Fleeting is the golden girl of Scottish football
The Arsenal striker reached the goals milestone on Saturday in a 3-0 win over Slovakia and will make it a century of caps against Denmark on Wednesday.
But she told BBC Sport: "For me, the most important is the game against Denmark and the team playing well.
"They are the top seeds in our group and is a big game for us."
Scottish FA chief executive Gordon Smith will make a special presentation to Fleeting prior to the match.
And she admits that the achievement had started to pray on her mind.
If we can get a result on Wednesday, we will still be in with a shout
"Throughout my career, I never really counted the goals up," she said.
"But when it got into the 90s and got closer to 100, I was desperate to get there.
"And to do it before I won my 100th cap was really special.
"At 26, I am not at the end of my career, so I have a few more goals in me."
Fleeting hope more will come against Denmark at McDiarmind Park in the European Championship qualifier.
"We got off to a bad start with a draw at home to Portugal, a game we thought we were good enough to win," she said.
"Then we lost in Ukraine, but beating Slovakia away from home has given us renewed hope.
"If we can get a result on Wednesday, we will still be in with a shout."