He has scored against top goalkeepers Thibaut Courtois, David de Gea and Wojciech Szczesny already this season, but Scotland attacker Steven Naismith does not believe he will find it easy beating Georgia custodian Giorgi Loria.
Naismith returns to his former home at Ibrox tomorrow as Scotland face Georgia in a Euro 2016 qualifier.
Having lost to world champions Germany in their opening game, Scotland need a win.
While Naismith has beaten some of the best keepers in the world in the English Premier League this season, he maintains beating the unknown Loria will be no less challenging.
He said: “It’s not as simple as that. Every game is different and Georgia will have a different gameplan. But I feel I can go up against the best, club or country.
“We showed with the Germany game how far we have come. We didn’t go into that game hoping to win, we went in believing we could.”
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan’s number two Mark McGhee said this week that Steven Fletcher’s return to form could bring him a starting slot against Temuri Ketsbaia’s Georgia side after the Sunderland striker netted twice in Saturday’s 3-1 win over Stoke to end a 10-month goal drought.
It is likely the former Hibernian hitman will be paired up front with Everton’s Naismith and the Toffees forward is happy to resurrect a partnership first formed when the pair were teenagers.
“Fletch and me have a good relationship,” said Naismith. “We came through the Scottish youth teams together, playing as two attackers, with me playing a bit deeper off him.
“We met in the under-17s and had Ross McCormack in that team as well, so there has been a past partnership there. It is one that I’m sure would work again.
“But I don’t know if that is the way the manager is going to go this time. In the past, I’ve been up front and Shaun Maloney has played off me. That was the tactic in Macedonia so we do have different combinations. This squad has been together for a while so we are comfortable together with most partnerships.”
Today’s Ibrox training session will be the first time Naismith has returned to the stadium since his controversial Light Blues exit following the club’s liquidation crisis. But he is not anxious about the reception he will receive, saying: “I’ve got some fantastic memories from there and it will be good to go back into some familiar surroundings. It won’t be strange going back into the home dressing-room. It will be familiar, which will only help.”