Mulgrew eager for Scots call

12 October 2011 04:12
Celtic defender Charlie Mulgrew is desperate for a call-up to a Scotland squad he believes is "heading in the right direction".[LNB] Craig Levein's side lost 3-1 to runaway Group I winners Spain in Alicante on Tuesday night to miss out on a Euro 2012 play-off spot to Czech Republic.[LNB]However, Mulgrew, 25, saw enough in that game, and in Scotland's 1-0 win over Liechtenstein in Vaduz on Saturday to believe the Scots will have a better chance of making the finals of the 2014 World Cup - and he would love to be involved.[LNB]"Every player wants to play for their country," said the Celtic defender.[LNB]"Watching the game last night and the Liechtenstein game I'm desperate to be involved for my country.[LNB]"Craig Levein will do what's right for Scotland and I'll keep trying to play and play well.[LNB]"I think Spain is the hardest place to go so it was always going to be a difficult game, not having a lot of the ball.[LNB]"But I think Liechtenstein was a good performance and we've got a lot of good players there.[LNB]"Scotland are definitely heading in the right direction and I would like to be a part of it."[LNB]The former Aberdeen player, who admitted he had not spoken to Levein, denied that he is eligible for selection by the USA.

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