The likes of Hibs defender Ryan Porteous can be counted on that list at present, but his sterling display against Ukraine this year means he is almost a dead cert to soon add more.
But what of those who only ever had the one opportunity to represent the nation? Destined only to be a footnote in the back pages of Scottish footballing history, these 13 players were never to reappear in the famous colours.
The former Hearts and Ranger midfielder was given his one and only cap against Australia in 2012 after being given a late call-up to the squad. He was bizarrely booed whilst coming on as a substitute in the second half of the game. Photo: SNS Group Jeff Holmes
Consistent and impressive for the under 21 and B squad, there were calls for the former Celtic winger to be included in the Scotland squad in late 2007. However, Wallace would make one full international appearance for Scotland, in a friendly match with Japan in October 2009. Photo: SNS Group Alan Harvey
He made over 350 league appearances for the likes of Birmingham City and Blackburn Rovers yet only played for Scotland once. Caddis was originally called up in 2013, but failed to register an appearance, though he was luckier in 2016 when he played a two minute cameo after 88 minutes as Scotland completed a 1–0 win over Czech Republic. Photo: SNS Group Alan Harvey