As she prepares for a return to her happy hunting ground of Wimbledon, Briton Laura Robson insists it is still too early to judge her solely on her results.
It is now four years since Robson raised British fans' hopes with victory in the girls' singles at the All England Club.
Still only 18, Robson is now on the brink of breaking into the world's top 100 for the first time but feels working on improving her game is most important right now. Then hopefully results will follow.
She said: "You always want to set goals for yourself because that's what keeps you improving.
"For me, my goals wouldn't really be results-based for the moment because I'm still working on a lot of things in my game in training.
"I'm just working as hard as I can on the match court and staying really positive when I'm playing."
As as has been the case in each of the last three years, Robson has a wild card into the main draw of this year's Wimbledon.
She has impressed in showcourt matches against Daniela Hantuchova, Jelena Jankovic and Maria Sharapova in the past - although she lost on all three occasions.
Robson, who lives in Wimbledon, added: "I don't feel overwhelmed by the occasion at Wimbledon because I've been lucky enough to play on Court One (v Sharapova), Centre Court (v Jankovic) and I opened Court Two (v Hantuchova) which was really cool.
"For me it's my home tournament. I feel really lucky to be able to play it every year and in the evening, if I've had a pretty hectic day I get to go home to my dogs.
"I've got my dogs, my family there, it's pretty relaxing."
Last year the Australian-born star won her first senior match at the tournament - against current top-10 star Angelique Kerber - and 12 months on feels she has improved considerably as a player.
"I'm moving better than I was last year and feel a lot fitter," she added. "My first serve has improved a lot, I've added some pace on to it, and I think I'm better at staying consistent in the rally.
"I don't think I'm giving away as many free points as I was last year."
Robson seems almost embarrassed when asked about her junior success, which came when she was just 14.
"It seems so long ago," she admitted. "I look a lot younger in the photos - I had to sign some the other day!
"I've been lucky enough to have a good few years' experience on grass already so it was great to be able to play the juniors."
Despite playing down expectation, you can be sure the determined Briton will be looking to post some more match wins on the famous courts of the All England Club in the coming days.