North End forward Callum Robinson was handed his Republic of Ireland debut against Wales on Thursday night.
Robinson had featured for Martin O'Neill's side back in May for Scott Brown's testimonial at Celtic Park, but the 23-year-old had to wait for his first official cap until he had received international clearance.
His first start came against Wales on Thursday evening in Cardiff as Ireland kicked-off their UEFA Nations League campaign, but it ultimately ended in defeat with Ryan Giggs' side running out 4-1 winners on the night.
Robinson was named in the starting Xl with North End teammate Graham Burke amongst the substitutes.
The forward played 77 minutes before being replaced by former North End teammate Daryl Horgan.
Callum will be looking to add to his caps on Tuesday when Ireland take on Poland in a friendly.
We will have reaction from Callum on his Ireland debut on PNE.Com later today.