Mike Blair wants to see Scotland finally fulfil their potential in next year's RBS 6 Nations.
The Edinburgh scrum-half admits he is tired of the Scots being regarded as the “nearly-team” of the tournament.
Scotland finished second bottom with just two points this year but Blair is adamant there is not a lot between the teams involved.
He told BBC Scotland: “Every game we went into, we felt we could win that game.
“The quality of the teams in the Six Nations means that anyone can win the games.
“It makes it a really tough tournament but it’s a great tournament to be part of.
“Last year there were some disappointing aspects of our play, we were in games but couldn’t quite finish them off.
“So I think it’s time we get over this fact that we’re the nearly-team and talking about potential and finally get around to realising that potential.”