Scotland manager Craig Levein insists he is not feeling any added pressure as his team prepares to take on Wales in World Cup qualifying.
The Scots are in Cardiff for tonight's Group A meeting with the Dragons and are in desperate need of a win after being held to draws in their opening two matches against Serbia and Macedonia.
With Wales also desperate for points after two defeats, Levein knows it is a vital fixture for his side but says there is no extra pressure placed directly on him.
"I don't feel under any additional pressure," Levein said.
"Every manager is under pressure to get results and try and qualify. That's part of the job.
"But as much as the pressure increases when every competitive match comes around, the reason I took the job is to be involved in these situations. I'm not any more up or down than I have been in the recent games."