The Celtic winger has been discussing his role for the side.
Celtic winger Gary Mackay-Steven says he is fit and ready to play for the Scottish champions if he is called upon.
Indeed, the Bhoys return to Scottish Premiership action this weekend following the international break, when they travel to Motherwell for Saturday afternoon's early kick-off.
And Mackay-Steven says he will be available for selection if boss Ronny Deila wants to start him for Celtic.
The 25-year-old has been working hard in training and believes he will be ready if given the go-ahead to play.
GMS on Celtic: I’ve been working hard in training and I’m ready if I get the nod. (MD)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) October 14, 2015
Meanwhile, Mackay-Steven has explained what head coach Deila has been telling him in recent weeks.
The Norwegian has been impressed with the winger behind the scenes, the Celtic man says, and has simply told him to continue the hard work and keep doing what he's doing.
GMS: The manager tells me to continue to work hard and keep doing what I’m doing. (MD)— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) October 14, 2015
Celtic are currently one point behind Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership and have two points from two games in their Europa League group stage.
The 25-year-old should give Deila and co a different option out wide and fans will hope Mackay-Steven can have a similar impact to when he moved to Parkhead in January and made an instant impression.