Dundee attacker Craig Wighton joined up with his Scotland team-mates on Monday as they begin preparations for next week’s Toulon Tournament.
The prestigious U/20s competition attracts the world’s best young footballers every year – and with it plenty of scouts – and Wighton is hoping to follow up last year’s impressive run with another successful tournament.
The 20-year-old is still young enough to qualify for the squad despite being part of last year’s bronze medal-winning side.
En route to that, they defeated Brazil in the group stage before seeing off the Czech Republic in the third-place play-off with Wighton netting the second goal in a 3-0 victory.
England took the trophy with a penalty-shootout win over Ivory Coast.
Scotland’s campaign this time around starts off on Sunday against Togo, with play getting under way at 4.30pm.
Then it’s hosts France next Wednesday and South Korea on Saturday, June 2.
Also in the squad is Anthony Ralston, who spent the end of last season on loan at Dundee United while St Johnstone centre-half Jason Kerr is in.
West Brom’s Oliver Burke and Aberdeen’s Scott Wright join Wighton as forwards in the squad while 16-year-old Billy Gilmour of Chelsea is also part of an inexperienced squad.