SCOTLAND boss Gordon Strachan is confident Scott Brown will carry on his comeback and be included in his squad for the World Cup qualifier with Slovenia.
The photograph shows the former Celtic manager at Celtic Park last week for the Tommy Burns Supper, admiring the framed medal collection belonging to Billy McNeill, a former Celtic captain and manager himself, and of course perhaps the Greatest Ever Celt.
Brown has yet to make a final decision about appearances for his nation.
“Not one of them has said they don’t want to be involved in the next game.
“I’m sure over the course of a conversation that if anyone felt like that – just as Alan Hutton did a few months ago – then they would have told me.
“I spoke to Chris Martin, Charlie Mulgrew, Russell Martin and Robert Snodgrass, too.
It takes place just 10 days before the Hoops return to prepare for Champions League qualifiers and the player is wary of the demands on his body.
“I see no reason why Scott won’t be in the next squad.
“There are a few in that group and it’s only fair.”