Canada youth coach Robert Gale has predicted that Rangers youngster Fraser Aird can play a big part for his nation in the years to come.
Aird made his debut for Canada in their match against Ghana, as he came on at half-time to make a positive impression.
Canada were able to draw 1-1 against their African opponents, and Gale has suggested that Aird has a massive future in the game.
@DanielSquizzato top kid and none should ever question his commitment to Canada - he will be a big player for us and is a real pro— Robert Gale (@galey77) October 14, 2015
Aird also drew praise from Canadian fans on Twitter after the match, with his performance clearly impressing.
Junior Hoilette, Fraser Aird, and Lucas Cavallini were all solid tonight for #CanMNT. Liking the direction our national team is headed in!— Matthew DeCap (@ElisantX) October 14, 2015
I think I'm going to enjoy Fraser Aird at FB. Inevitable CONCACAF red cards and all. #canMNT— Tweener Shephard (@GoatmealCrisp) October 14, 2015
The 20-year-old will now be hoping that he has done enough to stay with the senior squad for their World Cup qualifying campaign.
In the meantime, though, Aird's attention will return to club matters, as he looks to break into Mark Warburton's team.
The youngster has only made three appearances for the Light Blues so far this season, but there are still high hopes for his future at Ibrox.