The Rangers captain James Tavernier has praised his brother, Marcus, after he played for his country's Under-20s on Monday.
The older Tavernier, who failed to win any youth caps for England, saw his younger sibling help the Three Lions to a 1-0 win against Switzerland.
And the 20-year-old's promise has got some Rangers fans pondering whether the Middlesbrough midfielder would be a useful option for Steven Gerrard's side.
This is what they are saying on Twitter...
When’s he signing for the famous Tav??— EBT Loyal (@bigdog_jim) September 10, 2019
Well done bro. The next captain of Rangers?— MalH (@MH09501055) September 10, 2019
However, others of a Rangers persuasion had alternative thoughts in mind, like whether the Ibrox number 2 could alter his own international allegiance...
Dont suppose youve got any Scottish relatives? Could do with a decent right back...— Alan MacPhail (@alanmacphail84) September 10, 2019
@James_Tavernier hopefully you’ll change your allegiance next year when you qualify for Scotland— Liam “Hamish” Walker (@liam_walker421) September 10, 2019
Just u be careful Tav, Steve Clarke will be phoning u up soon too study ur family tree— Shorty (@1872shorty) September 10, 2019
Rangers' Tavernier has developed into one of the Scottish Premiership's standout players since 2016, but despite his form north of the border having led to interest from beneath it, there are still a number of right-backs - such as Kieran Trippier and Aaron Wan-Bissaka - ahead of him in England's short-term plans.
His Middlesbrough relative is under contract until 2021 on Teesside, where he has featured only sparingly this season.
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