Craig Mackail-Smith wants a similar performance against Spain following Scotland's 1-0 win over Liechtenstein.
The Brighton striker's header was enough to separate the two sides in Vaduz as Scotland recorded the first victory from their final two vital games in Group I of the Euro 2012 qualifiers.
Mackail-Smith rose highest to flick Phil Bardsley's searching pass over the head of the impressive Liechtenstein No.1 Peter Jehle.
That strike means Scotland head into the last round of fixtures in second place - one point ahead of the Czech Republic.
With the Czechs facing Lithuania, Scotland must now match their result against the world champions to reach the play-offs.
"Three points was the main aim," said the 27-year-old.
"It was a great performance from the boys. Hopefully we'll have a similar performance against Spain.
"We kept the ball well, that was the main thing. We made them work and we created chances.
"It's going to be harder on Tuesday against world-class opposition but we'll do the best we can."
Mackail-Smith was impressed with the performance of Jehle who kept out a couple of his chances as well as denying Barry Bannan, Steven Naismith and Christophe Berra.
"He did fantastically and pulled off some great saves," said Mackail-Smith.
"It shows how many chances we created.
"Hopefully we can do the same on Tuesday and put some in the back of the net."