Joseph-Desire Job has been included in Cameroon's squad for the first time in five years.
The Sedan striker was selected in interim manager Jules Nyonga's 20-man squad for the African Cup of Nations qualifier against Liberia on 24th March.
Job last appeared for Cameroon in 2002, but will end a five-year absence when he links up with the rest of the squad in Yaounde later this month.
The former Middlesbrough man could partner Samuel Eto'o in attack after the Barcelona hit-man returned to action after a knee injury.
Hamburg's Timothee Atouba is included, but fellow defender Pierre Wome has been left out after his no-show for last month's friendly against Togo.
Squad in full:
Carlos Kameni (Espanyol), Souleymanou Hamidou (Denizlispor); Rigobert Song (Galatasaray), Geremi (Chelsea), Benoit Angbwa (FC Krylia Sovetov), Ateba Bilayi (Chateauroux), Timothee Atouba (Hamburg SV), Andre Bikey (Reading); Eric Matoukou (Racing Genk), Jean Makoun (Lille), Stephane Mbia (Rennes), Saidou Alioum (Nantes), Salomon Olembe (Olympique Marseille), Daniel Ngom Kome (Real Valladolid), Justice Wamfor (Germinal Beerschot); Joseph-Desire Job (Sedan), Idrissou Mohamadou (MSV Duisburg), Landry Nguemo (Nancy), Samuel Eto'o (Barcelona), Achille Webo (Osasuna)