One of Scotland's top women footballers has told BBC Scotland she will play for Team GB at the Olympics, if selected.
Arsenal's Kim Little says London 2012 presents a wonderful opportunity for all athletes.
"It's a one-off tournament and I'm British and Scottish, so, yes, I'd play," she said.
Her comments come despite the Scottish Football Association's repeated opposition to a British Olympic football team.
Little was speaking after Scotland's 7-2 friendly win over Finland at Tynecastle on Wednesday.
Jennifer Beattie and Jane Ross both scored twice in the final warm-up match before next month's Euro 2013 qualifiers, with Hayley Lauder, Rachel Corsie and an own goal giving the Scots revenge for a 1-0 loss in Helsinki on Sunday.
"We've got a lot of quality in our side and a lot of Scottish players could be in contention for an Olympic side," said Glasgow City's Corsie.
"But until anyone's asked or approached, I think we need to keep a low profile on the matter because it will take focus away from important matches we have for club and country."
Little's Arsenal team-mate Beattie added: "I don't have any information about the tournament at the moment.
"If I am approached, then I'll have a decision to make."