Graham Dorrans has been called into the Scotland squad for the European Championship qualifiers against Poland and Gibraltar.
The Scottish Football Association confirmed on its Twitter account that the Norwich midfielder had come in to Gordon Strachan’s squad ahead of the Hampden clash with Poland on Thursday.
He replaces Wolves midfielder Kevin McDonald, who pulled out on Sunday with a lower back injury.
Dorrans won the last of his 10 Scotland caps in a 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Croatia two years ago.
The 28-year-old comes in after former West Brom team-mates James Morrison and Darren Fletcher picked up knocks during their team’s defeat to Crystal Palace on Saturday. However, Fletcher finished the game and Morrison, who went off with an ankle injury, is suspended for the Poland clash.
Ikechi Anya also suffered a muscle problem while playing for Watford against Bournemouth while tCharlie Mulgrew is set to miss out due to a thigh problem.
“Charlie has been ruled out, pretty much,” McGhee said.
Fletcher was one of 12 players to train on Monday morning.
“The rest are absolutely fine,” McGhee added. “The Celtic lads and (Steven) Naismith were just recovering from their games.
“Ikechi has had an ongoing thing which has meant he has missed the occasional session with his club but we don’t expect it to be an issue.”
Morrison is also expected to be fit for Sunday’s final group game in Faro, where Scotland hope to book a play-off place.