Italy insist they will be going all out for victory when they travel to Scotland for their crucial Euro 2008 qualifier.
Alex McLeish's side were beaten 2-0 by Georgia on Wednesday night, and they must now defeat the World Cup holders at Hampden Park on 17th November if they are to progress.
Italy are just a point behind in the Group B table and have a game in hand - at home to the Faroe Islands - to follow their trip to Scotland.
A draw against Scotland would still leave them in pole position, but coach Roberto Donadoni has vowed to be positive.
"Naturally I'm pleased Scotland lost," Donadoni told Rai TV.
"But nothing has changed. We'll take the field to win, without making any calculations, because otherwise they'll pull something out of the bag.
"We go for the three points in every match."
Daniele De Rossi, who captained Italy in their 2-0 win over South Africa in a friendly on Wednesday, was also cautious.
"I was half expecting it (Georgia to beat Scotland)," the Roma midfielder said. "Qualification is in our hands now, but we'll go to Scotland to win all the same."
Cristiano Lucarelli, who scored the goals that sank South Africa, also warned that playing for a draw could backfire.
"The (Scotland) result is important but we should not change our approach to the Glasgow match. It could be dangerous," the Shakhtar Donetsk striker said.