Scotland legend Chris Paterson is eager to add to his record number of caps when the Autumn internationals get under way next weekend.
The former captain made an historic 88th appearance against Argentina in the summer and hopes to win several more this month.
He admits the competition for places is as tough as it has ever been in the backs department of the Scotland squad.
And the former Gloucester utility back knows the whole of the Scotland side face a difficult task to win back-to-back Tests.
"Obviously I want to add to my tally of caps. The last time we left the international field of play we did so as victors and now we want to build on that win against Argentina," said Paterson. "We start with New Zealand so we know it's going to be tough.
"It's going to be difficult to get in the side because we have a lot of strength in depth now and a lot of players in form if you look at the names in the squad."