chris paterson, Scotland's most-capped player, has reacted with cautious optimism to the ambitious targets set by Mark Dodson, Scottish Rugby's chief executive, for the national side to secure a Six Nations grand slam by 2016 and win the Rugby World Cup.
Dodson created a stir within the rugby community when he made the bold statement at the SRU's AGM. Paterson believes such aims are "difficult, but ambitious".
The 34-year-old said: "If you set yourself ambitious goals, which are at the top of the ladder if you like, then you have to work your way up the ladder rung by rung to get there.
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