Scott McTominay says playing for Scotland can help his chances with Manchester United.
The midfielder wants to re-establish himself in Jose Mourinho’s side before starting to repay the faith Scotland coach Alex McLeish has shown in him.
He told the Daily Record: “It will be nice to go back into the dressing room at Manchester United with my chest puffed out. But when you play for that club, you should always have your chest puffed out.
“It’s just important for me to take my international form back and get minutes at club level.
“I can see myself in this Scotland midfield with the likes of Stuart Armstrong, Callum McGregor and Ryan Christie, of course I do. You need to have confidence in your own ability to play at any level.
“If the minutes come at club level, it’s important that I’m competing for a start with Scotland.
“I just have to stay focused and show both managers that I’m capable of playing in these games.”