Dutch winger Tim Visser has spoken of his pride at the prospect of pulling on the Scotland shirt for the first time.
Visser will make his long-awaited Scotland debut against Fiji this weekend after becoming eligible for his adopted country on residency rules.
The 25-year-old Edinburgh flyer, who has been the top scorer in the RaboDirect Pro12 for three seasons running, is now champing at the bit to finally be able to pull on the Scotland jersey.
Visser said: "It feels really good. It has been such a long time, so to finally make it a reality is brilliant and I am very proud.
"I can't wait to play, to be honest. I am really proud and honoured to be able to represent a country like Scotland.
"They are one of the best teams in the world and they compete at the highest level. Being able to represent a beautiful country like Scotland, which has welcomed me so well, is brilliant."
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S Hogg (Glasgow), M Evans (Castres), N De Luca (Edinburgh), M Scott (Edinburgh), T Visser (Edinburgh), G Laidlaw (Edinburgh), M Blair (Edinburgh); R Grant (Glasgow), R Ford (C) (Glasgow), E Murray (Newcastle), A Kellock (Glasgow), R Gray (Glasgow), A Strokosch (Gloucester), R Rennie (Edinburgh), J Barclay (Glasgow)
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