Socceroos striker Tomi Juric is unfazed about who will start up front against Peru in their final World Cup group match against Peru.
Andrew Nabbout started against France and Denmark, but was substituted off with a shoulder injury in their 1-1 draw with the Danes.
Coach Bert van Marwijk used an unchanged line-up in the first two games and the same substitutes, with striker Jamie Maclaren and veteran Tim Cahill yet to be used.
Juric said he felt fit to take the field against Peru in Sochi next week and denied the competition with Cahill and Maclaren was intense.
“We’re all training well and we all understand that someone will play,” Juric said in Kazan on Sunday.
“It’s just important that the team gets the right result. Whether it’s me, Timmy or Jamie at this point, it’s irrelevant. The most important thing is to get a positive result.
“I’ve been training well, I’m quite confident in my abilities that I’m fit enough to play, but as of yet we don’t know who will be starting.
“Whoever starts, it’s just important we put in a good shift and get a good, positive result.”
The FC Luzern man was also unprepared to give any indication as to whether two strikers could be used against Peru.
“It may be an option, but it’s not for me to decide,” he said.
“We have to just continue the way we’ve been playing, improve on that, tighten up defensively and have a bit more confidence going forward and I think the rest will take care of itself.”
The Socceroos’ only goals at this World Cup have come from two Mile Jedinak penalties as the team has failed to score from open play in Russia 2018.
Australia have recorded just six shots on target for the whole tournament so far, but the 26-year-old denied there was any concern about their firepower.
“If we score goals and we win the game, then it doesn’t matter how we score,” Juric said.
“It’s just important we get the result which is the main thing, but obviously it’s something we might need to work on a bit more and have a bit more confidence in the final third to finish things off.”