Sarah Wiltshire says victory rather than improving the goal tally was the priority as Wales beat Turkey 1-0 in a World Cup qualifier.
Wales had previously beaten Turkey 5-1 but had to settle for Wiltshire's first half strike .
They remain second in Group Six, five points behind England.
"I always like scoring but obviously the main thing is that we won and that keeps us in the races for the World Cup," Wiltshire said.
"We would have liked to have scored more goals but the main thing is we won. We're just pleased we won the game," Watford midfielder Wiltshire added.
"Everyone's really happy with how we've been doing and we've been demanding more from each other.
"We're progressing as a team and that's great."
Wales had plenty of chances against Turkey at Haverfordwest with visiting goalkeeper Ezgi Caglar denying the home side with a series of saves.
Captain Jess Fishlock scored a hat-trick in Wales' 4-0 win over Montenegro in May but was well shackled by the Turkish defence at Bridge Meadow.
"She was definitely man marked but it's a team game and we all have to play our part," added Wiltshire, who has scored three goals in the qualifying campaign.
"When Jess is being man marked we've got to help her out and make the runs at well."
Wales have three games remaining in Group Six starting with Thursday's game against Belarus in Minsk.
"All international games, especially in the World Cup qualifiers are going to be hard," Wiltshire said.
"We know it's going to be hard and we've got to play well and hopefully play our game."