Kenny Miller admits he is not entertaining the thought of retiring from international football with Scotland.
The Vancouver Whitecaps striker insists he wants to continue playing for his country as long as he can as he looks to help the team qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
"There has never been any question about wanting to continue," Miller told the Daily Record in the wake of Scotland's scoreless draw with Serbia in Glasgow on Saturday.
"I've always wanted to play and always will - but I've had to think about how to manage it. As long as the manager's happy, and I'm still performing, then hopefully it's not too much of a problem.
"I imagine this will be my last chance at a finals, but I can't see me ever really retiring. I'll do this campaign and being realistic, that'll probably be it. But if I'm still able to play at the start of the next campaign, I'll still be putting myself forward."