Scotland interim head coach Scott Johnson insists there will be no distractions when he faces his old side Wales in Saturday's Six Nations clash at Murrayfield.
The 50-year-old coached Wales on a temporary basis back in 2006, with a record of one draw and two defeats in the Six Nations, and also had a spell in charge of the Ospreys before heading to Scotland.
Johnson, who is looking to follow up back-to-back wins over Italy and Ireland this weekend, said: "I know them and I have coached them and I was fortunate to live in a country that was so good to me.
"But we are not at a stage where we can bog down on the opposition. We have got to focus on us.
"Our last performance showed great endeavour and there was great qualities from a human side. It's hard not to get attached to fellas when they do what they did. It was wonderful.
"But from a rugby point of view we have got to work on some things. To be caught up in the opposition is secondary.
"This is not about me, it's about Scotland v Wales and I'm coaching a 23 now that are wearing blue."