Allan McGregor believes he’s in as good a shape now, as he was at the start of his Scotland career after returning to the international duty.
The Hull City GK, thirty six, is one of three keepers in the scotland squad for the forthcoming friendly matches against Costa Rica and Hungary.
He won the last of his 35 caps last year, having made his international debut under in 2007.
“I don’t feel any different than I was five, 10 years ago,” said McGregor.
“I feel good for my age. I wouldn’t say I feel old. It’s just a number, age. It’s good to be back.”
McGregor, who was given his Rangers debut in 2002, went on loan to Cardiff City last season to rebuild his fitness following injury and has been first-choice since returning to Hull City FC, keeping fellow Scotland keeper David Marshall out of the team.
He is out of contract with Hull City Fc at the end of the season, and asked if a move home would appeal to him.
“Potentially, yes,” he replied.
“A lot of reasons might be family reasons for people coming back up the road.”