Hearts midfielder Arnaud Djoum has been called up to the Cameroon squad for their forthcoming matches against Morocco and Brazil.
The 29-year-old, an Africa Cup of Nations winner with the Indomitable Lions in 2017, has been selected by new head coach Clarence Seedorf following 11 first-team appearances for the Tynecastle outfit this term.
After spending six months out due to a ruptured Achilles, Djoum made his return to Hearts action against St Mirren in September. He has scored one goal, against Aberdeen last month.
The 16-times capped player will line up against the Moroccans in a Cup of Nations qualifier in Casablanca on Friday, November 16 before taking on the Brazilians in a friendly four days later at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes.