Scotland defender Alan Hutton believes a victory over Czech Republic or Spain will be a massive step towards reaching the Euro 2012 finals.
Craig Levein's side have taken four points from their opening two games against Lithuania and Leichtenstein to sit top of Group I.
They now face Czech Republic in Prague on 8th October before taking on world champions Spain at home four days later.
And Hutton believes just one win in those two games can leave the Scots in a healthy position as they attempt to qualify for their first major championships since 1998.
The Spurs defender told the Daily Record: "The two matches will be tough but the way things are going we can try and get things from the Czech and Spain games.
"We've started off well with four points and I don't see why anyone shouldn't look at these next two games without positive thoughts.
"We'll be underdogs but the pressure is also on them because their fans will expect to win.
"We have proved we can go away and get results and beat massive teams, such as France (in their Euro 2008 qualifier), at Hampden.
"Czech Republic and Spain won't get it easy. If we win one of the games it would set us up superbly for the remaining four."