Last Updated: Wed, 06 Feb 2013 17:33
Wigan midfielder James McArthur is hoping to impress new Scotland manager Gordon Strachan on Wednesday when they take on Estonia.
Craig Levein was relieved of his duties as Scotland national team boss in November after only picking up two points from four games at the beginning of the 2014 World Cup qualification process.
Strachan will be looking to utilise his squad at Pittodrie in order to get a good idea of what he is dealing with ahead of further qualification games.
The Latics midfielder is hoping to be firmly in those plans to help Scotland's revival alongside club team-mate Shaun Maloney.
"With it being Gordon's first game, we'll all be trying to impress him," McArthur said.
"Everyone has a new slate when there's a new gaffer, and we all want to show him what we can do."
He added: "He'll obviously have an understanding of the team he wants to put out and the way he wants to play. But we'll all be going there to train well and play well and hopefully impress him."
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