Portugal will not settle for a draw when they play Denmark in Copenhagen Tuesday, according to Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo will captain his country at the Parken Stadion as they look to secure the one point needed to take them to next summer's European Championships in Poland and Ukraine.
Portugal top Group H after beating Denmark at home earlier in the campaigns, with the Danes favourites to claim the play-off spot.
Norway lie three points behind the duo but require victory over Cyprus, Portugal to lose to Norway, and a goal difference swing of nine goals to reach next month's play-offs.
But Ronaldo will not pay attention to results elsewhere as he looks to round off Portugal's campaign with a win.
"Portugal are going to Denmark to win the game, that's our thinking," he told Spanish newspaper AS - via ESPN Soccernet.
"We know there are conditions but we want to win the tie for direct entry [to Euro 2012]."