Wolverhampton Wanderers' Kenny Miller insists he will be happy to play as a lone striker for Scotland - if national manager Walter Smith wants him to.
Miller was transfer-listed by Wolves at his own request following a disagreement with previous boss Dave Jones about his best position. Miller remains on the list under Glenn Hoddle.
At international level, the 25-year-old was used as a solitary striker in the World Cup qualification clash with Italy at the San Siro in March where the Scots lost 2-0.
And Miller confirmed he would be happy to stay in that role when Scotland play Moldova at Hampden on Saturday before travelling to Minsk to take on Belarus.
"It was hard work playing up front on my own," said Miller, "but I really enjoyed it because I was testing myself against some of the best defenders in the world.
"And it wasn't as if I was playing as a token striker. We also had a lot of other attack-minded players on the field, people like Nigel Quashie who pulled a great save out of [keeper] Gianluigi Buffon.
"So maybe that's the shape Walter Smith is looking at. If that's the case, I'll do whatever he asks and I've no problem playing up front on my own for the rest of my international career if needs be."
Liverpool's hopes of being allowed to defend their Champions League title next season have received a major boost from UEFA president Lennart Johansson.
Europe's ruling body are set to discuss the situation at a meeting in Manchester on June 17 but Johansson expects the matter to be resolved in the Reds' favour.
"The winner should have a chance to defend the title," he said. "If there is a rule that harms the tournament, we have to discuss changing the rule."
Reds manager Rafael Benitez, meanwhile, has played down speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
Manchester United have been warned by major sponsors Nike that a continued lack of success could cost them dear.
The sportswear manufacturers began a 13-year kit deal in August 2002 worth up to £303 million to the Old Trafford club.
However, it is reported that a get-out clause will allow Nike to decide in July next year whether to continue that agreement past the 2007-08 season and vice-president of sports marketing Ian Todd said his company will be monitoring United's progress following their failure to win a trophy this term.