Ched Evans is eager for another 'crack' at international football after scoring on his Wales debut.
The teenage striker came on as a first-half substitute in Wednesday's friendly against Iceland and scored the game's only goal with his first touch.
Evans is tipped to start Sunday's clash with Euro 2008 qualifiers Holland, live on Sky Sports 3, and could partner Craig Bellamy in attack.
The Manchester City youngster is keen to be involved against the Dutch and admits his goal against Iceland capped a 'great season'.
"Scoring on my debut does not make me think that international football is easy," said Evans. "But I cannot wait to have another crack at it.
"If I get onto the pitch on Sunday it will be a massive game for me and the team, and hopefully we can come away with another decent result.
"It has been a great season for me and this has just topped it off for me and it was great to keep the unbeaten run going. Wales have not lost in six now and we will be going to Holland full of confidence.
"I am just pleased to be playing, and scoring is my job. So it is always a bonus when they go in. I think everyone at home will be pleased for me and of course all the lads here are delighted that we won the game.
"It was a good team performance even though it was not a very good game to watch, but we got the result which was great for the fans who turned up."