Ross McCrorie is seeking to construct on a momentous week in his profession by profitable his first Scotland cap throughout this month’s Euro 2024 qualifiers.
The versatile defender was referred to as as much as the Scotland squad on Monday rather than Celtic right-back Anthony Ralston.
The 25-year-old then accomplished a transfer from Aberdeen to Bristol Metropolis on Tuesday earlier than flying out to Spain to affix his worldwide colleagues for a coaching camp forward of video games in opposition to Norway and Georgia.
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The uncapped former Rangers participant stated in a Metropolis video: “It’s an honour for me to get referred to as up.
“Personally I really feel I’ve been enjoying at a excessive stage for the final couple of years and it’s nice to get that recognition now and get within the Scotland squad and grow to be a world.
“Hopefully I can get a few appearances.
“It’s good coming all the way down to Bristol Metropolis as a world.”
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McCrorie, who has signed a three-year contract with the Sky Guess Championship membership, added: “It was only a new problem for me.
“I’ve been up in Scotland for some time now, I felt as if I knew the league inside out and I wanted one thing to take me out of my consolation zone.
“They set out their plans and confirmed me loads of ambition for the membership. You see with the amenities it’s got every part on the membership to progress to the Premier League.”