SAM PARKIN will aim to be on target when Swindon visit the Galpharm for Town's final home game of the League I campaign on Saturday week.
But in Austria tonight, he will be aiming to catch the eye of Scotland manager Walter Smith.
The former Rangers and Everton boss is hoping Parkin, who was born in Roehampton and began his career at Chelsea, can help solve the nation's goalscoring problems.
Smith is set to run the rule over the 24-year-old in the Future Team game with Austria.
Parkin, who qualifies through a Scottish mother, has been prolific for the Wiltshire team for the past three seasons, after previously impressing on loan to Millwall, Wycombe, Oldham and Northampton.
"He has been recommended, I have had him watched on a good few occasions and the reports have all been positive," said Smith.
"The boy can only play at the level he is involved in at the present moment. If he carries on scoring the goals he has done and does as well as he has been doing then the challenge is to rise up a level and see if he can handle it.
"He started out with a big club and could well start making his way back up - and I certainly hope so."
Goals have been hard to come by for the Scots in recent full internationals as only James McFadden of Everton has been a regular contributor.
Hopes are high for young Hibs duo Derek Riordan and Garry O'Connor but Kenny Miller, Steven Thompson, Paul Dickov and Stevie Crawford have found it hard to break through top-quality defences.
Whether Parkin can do that remains to be seen but he is one of a number of new faces who are set to play in the B international in the town of Mattersburg.
Chelsea teenager Steven Watt, Inverness goalkeeper Mark Brown and Hearts defender Christophe Berra are all set for debuts.
Struggling Southampton aim to boost their fight for Premier League survival with victory at Bolton tonight, while Fulham also need three points from Middlesbrough.
Bolton, who are chasing a UEFA Cup berth, select from a fully-fit squad and will resist making wholesale changes unless fatigue proves a factor.
Third-bottom Saints have doubts over midfielder Nigel Quashie, who has a knee injury, and centre back Andreas Jakobsson, who is struggling with a hip problem.
Matthew Oakley could step into midfield in place of Jamie Redknapp, who may not be risked due to ongoing knee problems.
Middlesbrough face a defensive crisis with Chris Riggott (ankle) and Stuart Parnaby (groin) struggling, but Ugo Ehiogu is available.
Goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer is also out with a back injury, but midfielder Bolo Zenden has a chance after shaking off an ankle problem.
Fulham, in 16th, are inching towards safety and have no fresh injury worries.
Midfielder Mark Pembridge could get another outing after featuring against Manchester City.