British number one Andy Murray has played down talks of a potential Wimbledon semifinal clash against world number one Rafael Nadal, saying he is focused on beating his first round opponent Daniel Gimeno-Traver.

The Scot seems to have recovered from his ankle injury and has come into form at the right time after winning the Aegon Championships last Monday.

He is seeded fourth for Wimbledon, behind Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, but he is taking nothing for granted.

He said, It's not worth thinking about Rafa in the semi-finals, you need to be switched on from the first match.

Roger had a big scare against someone (last year) you wouldn't have expected him to have had a tough match with. So you do need to be switched on from the first match and I will be.

Novak Djokovic has had an unbelievable year, Rafa's record here has been great the last few years and Roger's probably the best grass-court player ever, so it didn't really make a difference where I was drawn to be honest.

On his first round tie, he said I played him (Gimeno-Traver) in Valencia a few years ago and know him well from the juniors.

Still looking to win his first grand slam, the pressure is on Murray. But the Scot claimed that he would use the pressure to his advantage as it is self-inflicted.

The pressure is the same - I want to win one of these tournamenst and you've got to focus on each one, he said. I put pressure on myself, it's not about what everyone else says or what everyone else wants, it's what I want, it's what I work hard for all year, it's not just the two weeks when Wimbledon comes round.

I put pressure on myself and that's because I want to do well.