Scotland interim head coach Scott Johnson will not be distracted by facing his old side Wales at Murrayfield on Saturday.
The match will see Johnson reacquaint himself with a squad he coached on a similar temporary basis to the role he now has with Scotland back in 2006.
He led the Red Dragons for three games in the Six Nations, ending with a record of one draw and two defeats.
His spell in charge of Scotland so far has been more fruitful, though, with back-to-back wins over Italy and Ireland following the Scots' opening day defeat to England.
But the 50-year-old insists his presence at this weekend's reunion should mean little to the outcome of the game.
He said: "I know them and I have coached them and I was fortunate to live in a country that was so good to me.
"But we are not at a stage where we can bog down on the opposition. We have got to focus on us.
"Our last performance showed great endeavour and there was great qualities from a human side. It's hard not to get attached to fellas when they do what they did. It was wonderful.
"But from a rugby point of view we have got to work on some things. To be caught up in the opposition is secondary.
"This is not about me, it's about Scotland v Wales and I'm coaching a 23 now that are wearing blue."
Johnson makes two changes to his starting XV with Glasgow stand-off Duncan Weir replacing his club-mate Ruaridh Jackson at number 10, while Euan Murray - who missed the 12-8 Ireland success on religious grounds - returns to the side in place of Geoff Cross.
New boy Weir was a late replacement for Jackson in the Ireland fixture, with his tenacious display enough to convince Johnson he was ready to direct the play from the off against the Welsh.
And the 21-year-old hopes to repay the debt of gratitude he owes the head coach after being handed his first start for his country.
He said: "I'm grateful for the opportunity to play and hopefully I can do Johnno justice on Saturday.
"It will be a hugely proud moment, not only for me but for my family and friends. I'll get to share a great achievement with them and the Scottish nation as well.
"When I came on against Ireland I just wanted to bring a real energy, put a wee bit of pressure on Ireland and get a bit of territory. Our defence for the majority of the game had been outstanding, so I knew our defence could bring us points.
"I also wanted to try and get the guys going in attack, so I felt I did alright there."
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