Gary Speed has drafted Sam Vokes into his Wales squad for Saturday's meeting with England.
The Dragons had been left a striker short after it emerged that Robert Earnshaw would play no part through injury.
Speed has wasted no time in lining up a replacement and is now back to full strength ahead of an eagerly-anticipated Euro 2012 qualifier.
Vokes, although still only 21, is no rookie when it comes to international football and will slip seamlessly into the fold.
He has already won 16 caps for his country and has scored two goals.
The youngster has endured an injury-hit 2010/11 campaign, with a hamstring problem picked up while on loan at Bristol City sidelining him for a prolonged period of time.
He has, however, been among the goals since being sent to Sheffield United by parent club Wolves and will be hoping to transfer that form onto the international stage.
The Football Association of Wales has also announced that Aston Villa defender James Collins will join the squad on Monday, after a fitness test at his club.
Celtic midfielder Joe Ledley will also arrive on Monday, having played and scored in his team's defeat to Rangers in the Co-operative Insurance Cup final.
Wales will be looking to pick up their first points of European Championship qualification at the Millennium Stadium, with a disappointing opening to the campaign bringing three consecutive defeats.