Chris Paterson set his sights on claiming his 100th Scotland cap during the RBS 6 Nations after becoming Edinburgh's top European points scorer against Stade Francais.
The 31-year-old passed former stand-off and current kicking coach Duncan Hodge’s 228 points with three penalties during the 9-7 win over the French aristocrats.
But Paterson, Scotland’s all-time record points scorer and most capped player, has vowed not to rest on his laurels after notching his latest milestone.
“It is nice to have done it and it is something that when I’ve stopped playing I will look back and be really proud of,” said Paterson.
“It is an honour to be the highest points scorer in Edinburgh’s European history and hopefully I will pick up some more as we go along.
“But I would like to add to it like all the other records I’ve been lucky enough to break. I see them as starting points rather than end points.
“I’m here to train well at St Andrews and hopefully make my 99th game against France.
“That is my goal at the moment, but the 100th game is a target. As I’ve got older and more experienced, I’ve become increasingly frustrated because I want to do more and add to the records that I’ve got.”