Former Dundee United player Andy Robertson has been named the new captain of Scotland.
Manager Alex McLeish revealed his choice of skipper ahead of Friday’s friendly against World Cup semi-finalists Belgium at Hampden.
Robertson (24) has become a star performer for Liverpool in England’s Premier League over the last couple of seasons and played in the Champions League final for the Reds against Real Madrid last May.
The left-back joined United from Queen’s Park in the summer of 2013 and went on to play 44 times for the Tangerines and be named Young Player of the Year by his peers in the Scottish Professional Footballers’ Association.
He earned his first cap for Scotland against Poland in a friendly in Warsaw in March 2014 while still a United player and has now been handed one of the greatest honours a player can receive – the captaincy of his country.