Gareth Bale believes Wales must win two of their next three 2014 World Cup qualifiers to remain in the hunt for a finals appearance in Brazil.
Wales' bid to reach only a second World Cup started on a losing note on Friday when Chris Coleman's side were beaten 2-0 by Belgium in Cardiff after James Collins had been sent off.
Next up for Wales is a trip to Serbia on Tuesday night before meetings with Scotland and Croatia in October, with Group A arguably the most competitive section.
Bale says Wales will be targeting victory in Serbia and outlined the priority for the national team over the next few weeks.
"Our target is to pick up two wins by the end of the first four matches," said Bale.
"Of course, it's important to win your home games and anything you pick up away is a bonus. But we will still go for the wins away from home.
"This is a group where there is no one massive country like a Germany, France or Spain. Everyone can beat everyone."