Swansea's teenage keeper David Cornell has been called into the Wales squad for their friendly with Scotland.
The 18-year-old has made just one senior appearance for the Swans, but has been included in John Toshack's 23-man squad for next Saturday's clash in Cardiff.
Fulham midfielder Simon Davies returns to the fold following foot surgery, while West Ham centre-half Danny Gabbidon is also selected despite missing the last six weeks with calf and hip problems.
There is, however, no place for St Mirren midfielder Andy Dorman, who had been hoping to take advantage of the new school rule.
Dorman, who has been watched by Toshack's assistant Roy Evans, was born in Chester but grew up over the border in Wales.
He had been tipped to become the first player to benefit from the recent rule change which allows British passport holders who have been educated for five years or more in one of the home nations to represent that country at international level.
Wales squad for friendly against Scotland at Cardiff City Stadium on 14th November:
Goalkeepers: Jason Brown (Blackburn), David Cornell (Swansea), Wayne Hennessey (Wolves)
Defenders: Gareth Bale (Tottenham), James Collins (Aston Villa), Danny Gabbidon (West Ham), Chris Gunter (Nottingham Forest), Craig Morgan (Peterborough), Lewin Nyatanga (Bristol City), Sam Ricketts (Bolton), Ashley Williams (Swansea)
Midfielders: Jack Collison (West Ham), David Cotterill (Sheffield United), Simon Davies (Fulham), David Edwards (Wolves), Andy King (Leicester), Joe Ledley (Cardiff), Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal)
Forwards: Craig Bellamy (Manchester City), Simon Church (Reading), Ched Evans (Sheffield United), Jermaine Easter (MK Dons), Sam Vokes (Wolves)