Kenny Miller has admitted that Scotland would be disappointed if they are still without a win in Group A after Tuesday's World Cup qualifier against Macedonia.
Scotland began their campaign by playing out a goalless draw with Serbia at Hampden Park on Saturday, and they are now gearing up for another home match.
The result of the Macedonia clash will determine whether Craig Levein and his men can be happy with their start, and Miller insists only a victory will do.
Speaking at Scotland's Mar Hall training base, the striker said: "We need to win. We need to get a goal, goals win games.
"We played well on Saturday and created half-chances and on another day we would have taken them. We are disappointed not to have won.
"But it's not a bad point from Serbia, who are a very good team, and if we win tomorrow we will find ourselves in a decent place in the group.
"We are going out to win the game and with two home games, we would be disappointed if we didn't win one of them."