Moray Low has told his family to forget about buying him birthday presents this year because all the Scotland prop wants when he turns 25 on Saturday is a clean sweep of autumn international victories.
Glasgow tighthead Low must have felt all his birthdays had come at once when he helped his country record their first win over Australia for 27 years at the weekend.
The epic 9-8 triumph made it two wins from two starts for the 17st 12lb front rower, who earned the man-of-the-match award on his full debut against Fiji the week before.
Helping Scotland complete a hat-trick of autumn international victories for the first time in 2002 is the only thing on Low’s wishlist ahead of Saturday’s clash with Argentina.
“My dad was texting asking what I want for my birthday,” he said.
“There’s nothing I really need or want.
“But as long as we get the win on Saturday, that’ll be a perfect enough birthday present for me.”
Low shares a birthday with his cousin, who will be at Murrayfield on Saturday along with other members of the prop’s family.
“I’m sure we’ll meet up to have a few drinks if we win,” he said.
Low, whose first two caps both came as a replacement in this year’s RBS 6 Nations defeats in France and England, is relishing being part of a winning side.
“Two starts, two wins, which is fantastic against good opposition,” he said.
“We’ve just got to look this weekend to build on it. Individually, and as a team, we need to raise it again.
“It’s a fantastic feeling to go out there and win, especially last weekend against Australia. Growing up as a kid watching them and then to go out and beat them was great.
“It’s not been done for 27 years - it’s part of history. It’s behind us now and we can only look to Saturday to create more history.”