Dan Biggar is ready to boot the Ospreys to Heineken Cup glory after claiming: "I can be Europe's kicking king."
Fly-half Biggar is primed to face Biarritz in next Saturday's mammoth quarter-final in San Sebastian.
The 20-year-old is the second highest points scorer in Europe's premier competition this season behind Ireland and Munster goal ace Ronan O'Gara.
But ice-cool youngster Biggar insists he can become No1 by firing the Welsh region into the last four in northern Spain.
Biggar said: "I don't think the Heineken Cup campaign could have gone any better for me.
"If someone had said to me at the start of the season that I'd be the second highest points scorer behind someone of the stature of Ronan O'Gara then I certainly would have taken it.
"It's an absolute honour and great privilege when you see the list of names on the board but I'm not satisfied at being second.
"I want to push on and move ahead of Ronan by playing in the quarter-finals, then the semi-finals and the final. Things have gone well on a personal note but long may that continue."
The Ospreys travel to the 32,000 capacity Estadio Anoeta, the home of Spanish football Division Two outfit Real Sociedad, for their third successive quarter-final.
And four-cap Wales star Biggar believes the clash will be the biggest of his - and the Welsh region's - fledgling career to date.
Biggar added: "Biarritz will be the biggest game I have ever been involved in and the biggest game of our history.
"It is probably the best draw we could have had with all the teams left in the competition.
"The game has been in the back of our minds for a little while now. It's the big one.
"We won't fear going there because we've already been to two of the toughest places in Europe in Leicester Tigers and Clermont Auvergne.
"But it's a massive game for us. There is no getting away from that."
The Ospreys should be at full-strength for their French test with British Lions stars Shane Williams and Alun Wyn Jones fit again following shoulder and elbow injuries.
And Biggar insists his team-mates have a point to prove to director of coaching Scott Johnson and the region's financial backers.
He said: "As players, we don't have a point to prove because of what happened with the 16th man. We've got more of a point to prove to the management and the owners who have backed us year in, year out.
"This team is much better than a quarter-final place. But we have to earn the right by playing some good rugby along the way.
"We have played excellent rugby at times and we're not in the positions we're in by playing badly.
"But we will have to raise our performance in Biarritz. If we continue with the same gameplan and stick in the game after 60 minutes, anything can happen. It's an exciting time for the region."
Top five points scorers in the Heineken Cup (all-time) 1. Ronan O'Gara (Munster) = 1,123 points
2. Stephen Jones (Scarlets and Clermont Auvergne) = 801
3. Diego Dominguez (Milan and Stade Francais) = 645
4. David Humphreys (Ulster) = 564
5. Neil Jenkins (Pontypridd, Cardiff and Celtic Warriors) = 502
Top five points scorers in the Heineken Cup (this season)
1. Ronan O'Gara (Munster) = 83 points
2. Dan Biggar (Ospreys) = 77
3. Ben Blair (Cardiff Blues) = 75
4. Dimitri Yachvili (Biarritz) = 73
5. Brock James (Clermont Auvergne) = 65
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