CELTIC’S on-loan centre-half Jason Denayer has been called into the Belgian international squad by manager Marc Wilmots.
The 19-year-old, who will return to Manchester City at the end of the season, has been outstanding since his arrival at the Hoops and Wilmots has brought him in for the forthcoming games against Cyprus and Israel.
Denayer has made two appearances for the Under-21 side, but is still waiting to make his debut for the top side.
Wilmots may even team him up alongside his Etihad captain Vincent Kompany for one of the matches.
Meanwhile, Aleksandar Tonev, who will return to Aston Villa when his temporary transfer expires in the summer, has been named in Bulgaria’s pool for their Euro 2016 qualifier against Italy – despite not playing for three months.
The winger has been overlooked by Ronny Deila since landing a seven-game ban for racially abusing Aberdeen right-back Shay Logan in September.