Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee insists he is happy with the current arrangement in place regarding player qualification for the Home Nations in the light of the Adnan Januzaj debate.
A player would usually have to be schooled for five years before the age of 18 under the current arrangement to qualify to play for a Home Nations country.
England have expressed an interest in making the 18-year-old Manchester United winger an international for them in the future though, despite the fact he was born in Belgium and could also qualify to play for Albania, Croatia, Serbia and Turkey.
But McGhee is not tempted to adopt a similar policy to the FA and is happy to retain the status quo.
"The criteria set down has been thought out and an agreement made between the four associations. It seems to me that works well enough," he said.
"I don't think there are a load of players out there, if we bend the criteria rules anymore, who would suddenly become available for Scotland so I don't think it's all that relevant to us.
"We benefited from Jordan Rhodes and the five-year U18 rule and we will continue to look at that sort of thing under the rules set and we are happy with that."
Former Scotland head coach Berti Vogts has revealed he once tried and failed in an audacious attempt to get a 17-year-old Wayne Rooney to play for them and McGhee admits they are always looking for available players to bolster their options.
"Last night, round the table, I threw up a name and we (McGhee and Scotland manager Gordon Strachan) immediately got phones ringing and that player is now away to explore his heritage," added McGhee.
"We went to the player himself last night and said go off and see if anyone in your lineage had Scottish blood within the criteria set by the FA and the Scottish FA.
"We are trying all the time where there's a player who we think would benefit us and who hasn't been claimed.
"We've got to do that within the criteria that has been set. We would do that fairly regularly, it's not like a one-off.
"It's a process, I think, we are entitled to go through when we see someone regularly and we think he's decent and he doesn't seem to be appearing for anybody."