Stuart Dallas is hoping to pull a Northern Ireland shirt on for the second time when his side face Scotland tonight.
The 23-year-old from Cookstown made his debut against Wales in 2011 but injury forced him out of Euro 2016 qualifier against Hungary.
The injury led to the Brentford winger dropping out of the first team picture in October but he marked his return with a 90 minute winner against Derby.
He even had a spell at left back during Jake Bidwell's three game ban in February.
And his form since then has earned him a recall into Michael O'Neill's squad and he is likely to feature with former Bee Niall McGinn set to miss out, while Kyle Lafferty and Corey Evans unlikely to be risked.
He said: “I've always wanted to play for my country and want to take that charge.
“My debut in 2011 was a proud moment for me and my family. I think it's everything you dream of to play for your country.”