Scotland full-back Chris Paterson maintains he is only focused on adding Stade Francais to Edinburgh's list of scalps as he stands on the brink of rewriting yet another record.
The deadeye kicker needs just two points to go past Edinburgh’s Heineken Cup points record of 228 which was set by Duncan Hodge.
Paterson is already Scotland’s all-time record points scorer as well as his country’s most capped player.
But the 31-year-old is adamant victory against Stade – not personal accolades – is the priority on Saturday.
“Breaking the record would be a nice accolade, but it not first and foremost in my mind,” said Paterson.
“I want to help Edinburgh beat Stade Francais. Over the years, we have beaten the likes of Toulouse in the Heineken Cup and it would be great to be able to add another big French club’s name to that list.”