Veteran defender David Weir is adamant he has no plans to quit Scotland.
The 38-year-old was initially left out of George Burley's squad to face Northern Ireland in midweek before earning a call-up as a replacement for the injured Gary Caldwell.
Rangers defender Weir has been informed he will not be first-choice in Burley's starting XI, but the former Everton man insists he will still make himself available to Scotland for their forthcoming World Cup qualifiers
"I want to be involved in Macedonia and Iceland. I wouldn't be here if I didn't," Weir told the Daily Record.
"I will not retire myself and I am available for Scotland. It has been that way for a while now.
"That's how I feel about playing for my country.
"I'm realistic. I know I'm not going to be here forever but I want to play as long as I can enjoy it for as long as I can."
HopesMeanwhile, Darren Barr says he wants to build on his debut against Northern Ireland and not be known as a one-cap wonder.
The Falkirk defender made a dream debut at Hampden Park and he is hoping to keep his place in Burley's squad.
"I don't want to end up one of these players who has only one cap," Barr told the Daily Record.
"I am 23 and if I keep playing well for Falkirk, hopefully I can stay involved with Scotland."