Paul Hanlon says he is looking forward to the challenge of helping Scotland under-21s to achieve a victory over Luxembourg at St Mirren tomorrow night (kick off 7.45pm, admission: Adults £8, concessions £2).
The central defender is expected to captain the side and win his 22nd cap at under-21 level for the game and Hanlon has set his sights on one objective - winning the game.
Hanlon said; "We just need to win. We managed to get a good result against them away from home, so now we need to make sure we do everything we can to get the right result tomorrow night."
Hanlon has been selected alongside two other Hibees, midfielder David Wotherspoon and striker Leigh Griffiths and the 22-year-old says that Hibernian deserve credit for providing three players for the squad.
He added: "It's good that three of us have been selected for the squad, although D (David Wotherspoon) is suspended for Thursday night, but will be back for the Austria game on Monday.
"It reflects well on the club that three of us have got recognition for the under-21s and shows that Hibs have got some decent young players."
Edinburgh-born Hanlon has known Griffiths for a decade after playing against each other for local boys clubs and he believes the lively Leither is in outstanding form at the minute.
He said: "It is good to see him back in the squad. He has been bang on form for us and rightly so he has been recalled into the under-21s. I'm looking forward to playing alongside him again for the national team."