Caroline Weir believes Scotland can put internal wrangling behind them and make up for November’s 8-0 humiliation by Spain in Tuesday’s return tie.
The Manchester City winger was one of the players who tweeted a criticism of tickets sales by the Scottish FA for the Group B World Cup qualifier.
The governing body expressed its “disappointment” at its squad’s protest and defended its methods.
“I think that is behind us now – we’re ready to go,” Weir said.
“We’re fully focused on a massive game against Spain. The focus on the training pitch has been excellent. Events last weekend haven’t affected us from a player’s point of view.”
Around 8,000 fans are expected at Hampden, which would be a record for Scotland in a competitive women’s international.
History will be made in Belfast tonight when Northern Ireland take on England in front of a sold-out crowd of 16,000 at Windsor Park – a record for a women’s match in the country.
Northern Ireland captain Marissa Callaghan says the match is likely to be “emotional”.
“The occasion is going to be really special for everyone,” said Callaghan.
“It will mean a lot to the squad, especially the players who have been here from the beginning – to see the transformation in the game. It fills us with so much pride.”
Northern Ireland’s chances of reaching a maiden World Cup are all but over following their 3-1 defeat by Austria on Friday night, but England can all but secure their spot at the finals with victory.
“I think we’ve won a lot of things in the last few seasons.
“We’ve achieved the Champions League, Premier League, League Cup, we are still fighting for the FA Cup and we won Club World Cup.
“So we’ve achieved great things but we’re not fully satisfied with that, so as long as we are playing, we play to win titles.”
“A big challenge. They are really good side, they showed that in the first game. It’s a difficult score. They score once and it’s game on again, they had opportunities. The third goal was good for us and a good advantage but we have our feet are on the ground and we are really focused to qualify.”
On how he is preparing with Liverpool’s busy schedule:
“At this level we need to be prepared [for the busy schedule] and we are.
“We have great fitness staff and we train every day for that. We have our targets to play all the games as much as possible. We want to win everything so we are ready for that.
“Of course it’s not easy, we sometimes feel tired but you need to put into your mind that you have enough energy to deal with every challenge.”