Steven Gerrard is not concerned about becoming England's most-capped outfield player of all time.
Gerrard will win his 112th cap against Italy on Saturday night, leaving him three short of David Beckham.
Providing Gerrard avoids injury or suspension, he will draw level with Beckham if England make it through to the second round.
A run to the quarter-finals would see Gerrard overtake Beckham, but that could not be further from the England captain's mind at the moment.
"Individual achievements have never been in my head," Gerrard said when asked about the possibility of surpassing Beckham.
"When I made my debut for Liverpool or England I never set myself any targets, it is unnecessary really to put yourself under pressure and I think it would be very selfish I was sitting here now thinking about my own caps rather than Italy and how the team is going to perform.
"My main focus is getting myself right, making sure I perform well for England and then trying to help everyone around me do the same."
Gerrard, who turned 34 last month, has not yet decided whether to retire after the World Cup.
England manager Roy Hodgson has said in the past that he would like the midfielder to continue until Euro 2016.
If he played on, Gerrard would stand a good chance of beating Peter Shilton's record of 125 England caps.