Rovers midfielder Corry Evans has been named in the Northern Ireland squad for two upcoming friendly matches, both against South American opponents.
The 27-year-old has been included in Michael O'Neill's squad for International Challenge clashes against Panama and Costa Rica.
Evans will hope to take to the field when Northern Ireland take on Panama on Tuesday 29th May at Estadio Rommel Fernandez, before the Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica plays host on Sunday 3rd June for the final game of the two.
A regular for O’Neill’s side, Evans will be hoping to earn his 46th and 47th caps for his country over that week.
It could be a busy time for Rovers' players, with duo Darragh Lenihan and Derrick Williams both in the Republic of Ireland squad for three games this summer.
Good luck, Corry.