Kris Boyd is refusing to say whether he will play for Scotland again after stating he is concentrating on his football for Rangers.
The Gers ace sensationally quit international football under George Burley last year after growing frustrated at his lack of chances under the former Southampton boss.
Boyd has been in fine form for the Ibrox club this term, especially of late after helping himself to five goals from his last five appearances.
However, when quizzed on whether he could add to his 15 caps for his country, he opted to back his decision from October last year.
"I made my decision at the time, I've come back to club level and I'm happy," he said.
"I'm enjoying my football again and I'll continue doing that.
"I'm not wanting to speak about it," he continued when asked when he might play for Scotland again.
"The most important thing for me is to concentrate on Rangers at this precise moment in time, and whatever happens in time with Scotland happens."