Nottingham Forest frontman Jason Cummings is expected to earn his first call-up to the senior Scotland set-up when Malky MacKay names his squad on Monday.
He scored his first Championship goal in the win over Sheffield United last month and has four in total, with three others coming in Carabao Cup wins over Shrewsbury and Newcastle.
Caretaker boss and former Cardiff manager MacKay took charge of the Tartan Army earlier this month after the departure of Gordon Strachan, and is set to give a first invite to Cummings ahead of the game with Holland at Aberdeen’s Pittodrie stadium a week on Thursday.
Cummings, who had been overlooked by previous boss Strachan spoke earlier this year, believing he was ready to be called up to the senior squad.
“I’ve thought about the Scotland thing and I would say I’m ready for it,” he said.
“I’ve done my time with the 21s and I got a lot of experience there. I think I’m just ready whenever.
“I think I’ve definitely got a chance,” said the former Hibernian man who is expected to link-up with Reds summer transfer target and ex-teammate John McGinn.
The Daily Record reports that Cummings isn’t the only fresh face Mackay is set to introduce to his squad, with Rangers’ Ryan Jack and Cardiff’s Callum Paterson back from a 10-month lay-off all set to be included.