DOHA - Henrik Stenson swelled his bank balance by more than $20 million  last season, won a string of awards and leapt to number three in the world rankings. Now, he has the small matter of becoming the world number one for the first time in his sights. At his press conference on Tuesday the cool Swede made no secret about his ambition to become the top-ranked player, saying it would be a "nice thing" if that happens. "I think I'm in a position in the world rankings that if I really keep on playing well, I will have a chance to possibly, first, overtake Adam (Scott) and then maybe challenge Tiger (Woods) for the number one spot," Stenson said ahead of the Qatar Masters beginning Wednesday. "I'm trying to focus on my stuff and then we'll see how far it takes us.”–AFP