Oxford United winger Gavin Whyte has again been called up for the Northern Ireland international squad.
Gavin enjoyed a dream debut last month, scoring with his first touch in international football just one minute after coming on as a sub against Israel and his reward is a place in the squad for the forthcoming UEFA Nations League matches away to Austria and Bosnia & Herzegovina on Friday 12th October and Monday 15th October.
He will miss United's home game against Plymouth Argyle on Saturday 13th.
Manager Karl Robinson told us:
"It's great for Gavin again. They hold him in high regard and he has done really well for us since joining in the summer. It is a big step up to play regularly in League 1 but he is getting better all the time and playing international football will only help his development."