Craig Bellamy looks set to make his first Wales appearance in 10 months against Luxembourg next week.
The skipper has missed Wales' last four outings but has been named in John Toshack's squad for the friendly at Llanelli's Parc y Scarlets on Wednesday.
It is a welcome return after the Manchester City striker was also named in the squad for the last international friendly against Croatia in May but had to pull out with a calf injury.
Meanwhile, Millwall striker Steve Morison features for the first time in the 23-man party to face Luxembourg after pledging his allegiance to Wales.
It is a meteoric rise for the 26-year-old, who caught the eye by scoring 23 goals in the Lions' League One promotion campaign having been snapped up from non-league Stevenage just a year ago.
Cardiff defender Darcy Blake could also be in line for a first cap, with the Under-21 international called up as reward for his fine performances during the Bluebirds' run to Wembley last term.
But Toshack is without James Collins, Lewin Nyatanga and Joe Allen due to injury while Aaron Ramsey and Jack Collison are long-term absentees.
Wales squad: Jason Brown, Wayne Hennessey, Boaz Myhill; Gareth Bale, Darcy Blake, Neal Eardley, Chris Gunter, Craig Morgan, Sam Ricketts, Ashley Williams; Andrew Crofts; Simon Davies; David Edwards; Andy King; Joe Ledley; Brian Stock; David Vaughan; Craig Bellamy; Simon Church, Robert Earnshaw, Ched Evans, Steve Morison, Sam Vokes.