The Republic of Ireland have moved up two spots to 31st in the latest FIFA world rankings.
Coll Bell's side moved above Finland and Wales, who they drew with and claimed a 1-0 victory over in two recent friendly games during an international camp in Marbella.
Ireland will be looking to build on those results when they take on Italy in a friendly clash in Reggio Emilia next month as they build up to their Euro 2021 qualifying campaign.
The US, the reigning world champions, retain top spot and Germany are still second in the rankings ahead of this summer's World Cup in France.
England Women are up to third place after winning the SheBelieves Cup for the first time earlier this month. The Lionesses have risen one position from the previous list, swapping places with France.
Scotland stay 20th, while Wales have dropped four to 33rd and Northern Ireland have risen two to 59th.