Craig Levein has named his squad for Scotland's end-of-season friendly with the United States of America.
Shaun Maloney, Lee Wallace, Andy Webster and Craig Bryson have all won recalls for the match in Florida.
Maloney returns to the squad for the first time since a match against the Faroe Islands in November 2010 and Levein says the Wigan Athletic player deserves his call.
"Shaun Maloney is on fire just now," Levein said of a player who has impressed in 15 appearances this season for the Latics.
"It is no coincidence that the upturn in the fortunes of Wigan coincide with him coming back in the team.
"Shaun, James McArthur and Gary Caldwell, in the Wigan games I've seen recently, have almost always been their best players.
"Those three are bang on form and showing great fighting qualities and we will need that in the United States."
James Morrison is absent due to a knee injury, while Graham Dorrans and Jamie Mackie miss out as their respective partners are due to give birth.
The friendly match will take place in Florida, Jacksonville on Saturday, May 26.
Scotland squad to face USA:
Goalkeepers: Matt Gilks, Craig Gordon, Allan McGregor.
Defenders: Phil Bardsley, Christophe Berra, Gary Caldwell, Russell Martin, Charlie Mulgrew, Lee Wallace, Andy Webster, Steven Whittaker.
Midfielders: Barry Bannan, Scott Brown, Craig Bryson, Don Cowie, Shaun Maloney, James McArthur, Matt Phillips.
Forwards: David Goodwillie, Craig Mackail-Smith, Kenny Miller, Johnny Russell.
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