Jamie Ness and Murray Wallace have been called up to the Scotland Under-21 squad to face Belgium in a friendly later this month.
Ness, 21, moved to Stoke City after refusing to transfer his contract with Rangers to Charles Green's new company.
He sealed a four-year deal with the English Premier League club after making 18 appearances for the Ibrox club.
It is the first call-up for Huddersfield Town defender Wallace who spent last term with Falkirk.
He agreed a move to the Galpharm Stadium in January before completing the season in Scotland.
The game, on August 14, is a warm-up for the nation’s remaining Euro 2013 qualifiers with Stark’s men currently three points behind the Netherlands in the race for top spot on Group 10.
Scotland Under-21 squad
Goalkeepers: Grant Adam (St Mirren), Jordan Archer (Tottenham Hotspur), Mark Ridgers (Heart of Midlothian)
Defenders: Paul Hanlon (Hibernian), Ryan Jack (Aberdeen), Graeme Shinnie (Inverness Caledonian Thistle), Lewis Toshney (Celtic), Murray Wallace (Huddersfield Town), Daniel Wilson (Liverpool)
Midfielders: Scott Allan (West Bromwich Albion), Stuart Armstrong (Dundee United), Thomas Cairney (Hull City), Liam Kelly (Kilmarnock), Jamie Ness (Stoke City), David Wotherspoon (Hibernian)
Forwards: Gary Mackay-Steven (Dundee United), Michael O’Halloran (Bolton Wanderers), Peter Pawlett (Aberdeen), Johnathon Russell (Dundee United), Gregg Wylde (Bolton Wanderers)
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