The Wolves defender says that anyone would cherish the chance to pick up a gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics this summer, and that no-one would rule out playingScotland international Christophe Berra has supported the rights of his team-mates to represent Great Britain in the London Olympics.
The Scottish Football Association cannot prevent its players from representing Team GB in this summer's tournament, but has expressed concerns over the impact it may have on the national team's identity.
But Berra, who has been capped by his country on 19 occasions, believes that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity for any Scottish players selected by coach Stuart Pearce.
"The Olympics are one of the biggest events in the world," Berra told reporters.
"I think anyone who had the opportunity to play there and represent their country would be mad to turn it down.
"The chance to get a gold or silver medal, you would cherish that for life and you can always say that to your kids and your grandchildren.
"I don't think anyone would rule it out."
One player who may be in contention for the squad is Berra's Molineux team-mate Steven Fletcher. The Scot has been in good form this season scoring 12 goals for the relegated West Midlands club.
Despite his good form, the striker is currently out of favour with national team coach Craig Levein following a long-running public dispute and is unlikely to appear for the Tartan Army again while Levein remains at the helm.
He added: "We all know Fletch's ability. He's a good player and he has been on fire for us. But that situation, that's down to him.
"I've not really got anything to say on it because it's between him and the manager so we will just see what the future holds.
"I don't really speak to him about it. There's no point really. It's been going on for a wee while."