- Stevie May proud of Scotland call
- Striker in the squad to face Georgia and Poland
- Owls hitman enjoying his football
Stevie May is aiming to make the most of his chance on the international stage.
The striker received his first call-up to the senior Scotland squad as Gordon Strachan’s side get set for their Euro 2016 qualifying double-header against Georgia and Poland.
Having impressed for the Scotland Under-21s, May wants to take his chance on the big stage and said:
“The call-up has come at a good time for me. I had dreamed of being called up to the national team and I've managed that, so now it's about progressing from there.
“You have to make the most of chances that come your way. You don't want a time to come when you look back and think you could have done this or that.
"I'm going to give everything I've got this week and see where it takes me. I hope it is a successful time for me and Scotland, too."
The 21-year-old has said his selection in the national squad is a huge achievement and continued:
“This is massive for me. I felt a real sense of achievement when I was named in the squad.
“I’m playing my football at a high level and enjoying it, which is half the battle.”