Paul Hanlon says he was thrilled to reach the 21-cap milestone for Scotland under-21s during last night's friendly loss against Belgium at Dunfermline and now says he wants to add to that tally.
Hanlon captained the Young Scots, alongside midfielder David Wotherspoon, who won his 15th cap, at East End Park and featured for an hour before being substituted.
Hanlon said: "I'm delighted to reach 21 caps and hopefully I can get a couple more next month.
"The friendly match was good preparation for the important double-header coming up. Now I'm looking forward to helping Hibernian to build on last weekend's result with another decent and positive performance at St Mirren on Saturday."
Rising star Sammy Stanton gains national recognition
Meanwhile, Sam Stanton made his Scotland under-19 bow - coming on as a second half substitute for Chelsea's Alex Davey against Germany yesterday.
The 18-year-old Leither, who wore squad number 18, did well against decent opposition at Falkirk and his promotion is another sign that the talented midfielder is progressing well.