Scotland midfielder Kim Little says the current national team is possibly the best she's played in. The Arsenal Ladies star believes the talent and experience in the squad give them a great chance of qualifying for the 2015 World Cup in Canada.
Their first home qualifer of the campaign is at Fir Park tomorrow against Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the Scotland manager Anna Signeul says it's a match they'll win if the team plays to its potential.
The world cup qualifying campaign got off to a winning start at the weekend with the 7-2 victory in the Faroe Islands.
BBC Scotland's Kheredine Idessane reports.