Jordan Rhodes is focused on personal improvement as he bids to help Scotland Under-21s advance to the European Championships finals.
The 22-year-old, who has netted 30 goals for League One Huddersfield this season, was a marked man in Wednesday night's 0-0 Group 10 draw with Holland at St Mirren Park in Paisley.
With the 10 group winners and four leading runners-up advancing to a play-off - with seven teams to join hosts Israel at the 2013 finals - Scotland remain a point behind Holland ahead of the matches with Bulgaria, Luxembourg and Austria.
Rhodes is focused on helping Billy Stark's side make the finals, rather than contemplating talk of a place in the Scotland team or a big-money move.
"I'm more than honoured, I'm delighted and feel very privileged that I get to be part of Billy Stark and Jim Fleeting's set-up," said Rhodes, who has scored six times for Scotland Under-21s.
"I've not been involved for a year with this set-up. It's just fantastic to be part of it and go out there and put on a Scotland shirt.
"I'm just concentrating on trying to better my game and trying to improve as a player and a person.
"I'm just trying to keep working at it and whatever happens happens."
Scotland have now taken four points from two matches against Holland, having beaten the Dutch 2-1 in November.
Rhodes was on target in Nijmegen, just a few days after making his senior debut in Cyprus.
While James Forrest featured for Scotland in the senior friendly in Slovenia last night, Rhodes stayed with the age-group squad. The Celtic winger's inventiveness might have improved the under-21s chances against Holland.
"James had a great game over there (Nijmegen), but when the senior team come calling I'm sure it's a really big honour for him to play for the senior side," added Rhodes, who is prepared to be patient for his chance.
"He's being doing terrifically well at Celtic so it's no surprise to us that he's been involved in the senior squad.
"I'm still quite young, I've still got plenty of developing and I've still got to better my game to even be considered among the likes of Scotland's best strikers. I've still got plenty of hard work between now and when that date may or may not come."
Rhodes' strike rate this term has seen him linked with a move away from the Terriers.
He added: "I try not to take too much attention. I don't know how true these stories might or might not be.
"I'm just very much concentrating on Huddersfield Town, concentrating on Scotland Under-21s.
"I'm just trying to learn, take on board and try to better myself and whatever happens from there happens."
Rhodes was satisfied with the stalemate with Holland, even though Scotland had chances to win - Johnny Russell being denied with a golden opportunity.
He added: "On another night we might have had two or three goals. Sometimes you just don't get the luck in front of goal.
"We're quite nicely poised. There's plenty of football to be played and plenty of upsets and ups and downs from now until September.
"We're sitting nicely in there and hopefully we can kick on from here and really push on."