Kenny Miller insists he is ready to help lead Scotland's attacking line against Iceland on Wednesday.
The Rangers striker endured a difficult afternoon on Saturday as he formed part of a Scotland side humbled 3-0 by Holland in Amsterdam.
Miller blew a glorious opportunity to fire George Burley's side in front during the crunch 2010 World Cup qualifier, but was ultimately left frustrated as chances proved few and far between.
He was also asked to play as a lone frontman at the weekend, increasing his work load during an already difficult contest.
Miller, though, admits he is ready to do it all again in midweek as he looks to put an injury-plagued season behind him and help Scotland take a positive step on the road to South Africa.
"I'm ready for another full shift on Wednesday," he said in the Daily Record.
"I've had some problems with my hamstring but it felt fine on Saturday, a lot better than it has been feeling in recent weeks.
"So I'll be fine for Wednesday and if selected I'll be ready to go."
Miller is confident morale in the Scotland squad will not have been hit too hard by the weekend setback, with the Dutch putting on the kind of display which would have troubled any side in the world.
"The goals we lost on Saturday were disappointing," added the striker.
"But we are not going to beat ourselves up about losing 3-0 because Holland could do that to any team in the world.
"Their squad is frightening. You look over at their bench at you see guys like Rafael van der Vaart and Ryan Babel who couldn't even get on."