Despite scoring in England's win over Brazil, Lauren Bruton is keeping her feet on the ground.
FIFA Women's U17 World Cup
12 midnight (GMT), Saturday 1 November 2008
Wellington, New Zealand
Full tournament schedule - click here
Watch all the games on Eurosport
England forward Lauren Bruton says that despite scoring against Brazil at a World Cup, she's not getting ahead of herself and is focused on the next game with Nigeria, the opponents on Sunday.
Bruton scored England's second goal as they started the tournament with a bang by beating Brazil 3-0, and while it was probably a career highlight so far, all she's thinking about now is Nigeria.
Speaking to TheFA.com, Bruton said: "It was good, probably the best game I've ever played in.
"We had to get the second goal just to calm the game down. Brazil had started to come back at us so we needed the second goal.
"We've never played against a team like Brazil before, their style of play and the formation they used were totally different. We had to figure out how to play against them and by the end we did that.
"It is a confidence boost, but we're just going to forget about the Brazil game now and concentrate on Nigeria, who are a totally different side. We'll watch their game against Korea and pick up things from that."
Bruton admits that arriving more than ten days before the first game allowed England to really prepare as a team and that could prove to be the difference in the group stage.
"The preparation was definitely an important aspect of why we did so well in the first game. We were ready for the game because we had so much time to acclimatise and prepare. We wouldn't have been so together as a team either.
"Just to be here and picked for the squad is unbelievable. But to be playing in a World Cup is a dream come true. Most of the people out here seem to be English, so we have a lot of support behind us."