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Coach Kenny Black believes the team spirit forged during their training camp in La Manga this week will boost Scotland's hopes of qualifying for Euro 2012.
The players have enjoyed a couple of days of rest, relaxation and golf at the Spanish resort and will now turn their focus to Sunday's friendly against Brazil.
And Black believes the team bonding session could be beneficial for Craig Levein's men when Scotland resume their Group I campaign against the Czech Republic and Lithuania in September.
He said: ``So far it has been an excellent exercise in trying to bring that club mentality to the team.
``We are staying in a top-class resort with top-class facilities and then we have the best of both worlds, we have a couple of days of relaxation and then the serious element of preparing for one of the best teams in world football."
Scotland face Brazil at aresenal's Emirates Stadium on Sunday