The Ibrox left-back has been in superb form for Ally McCoist's side so far this season and is one of four players boss Gordon Strachan has drafted in ahead of the World Cup qualifying double-header at Hampden on Friday and in Skopje a week tomorrow.
Former Rangers duo Kevin Thomson and Chris Burke have also been called up, as has former Kilmarnock star Craig Bryson.
The additions to Strachan's squad come just hours after West Brom pair James Morrison and Graham Dorrans both pulled out, with Morrison suffering a groin injury in the Premiership clash with Swansea yesterday.
Meanwhile, Neil Lennon is confident Charlie Mulgrew and James Forrest will be fit to report for Scotland duty after missing Celtic's victory over Dundee United.
The pair were both absent for the 1-0 Tannadice triumph and Lennon said: "We had to patch a few up - Joe Ledley, Adam Matthews, Kris Commons - from Wednesday night. Mulgrew had a bug, Forrest had a sore ankle so he wasn't fit."
He added: "Yes, I think they will be fine for Scotland. James took a heavy one on the ankle towards the end of the game on Wednesday night and didn't recover on time to play.
"Charlie had a stomach bug, he didn't feel well on Saturday morning so we decided not to take any chances with him."
Meanwhile, Hearts defender Jordan McGhee has been called up to the Under-21 squad for the Euro qualifier in Holland on Thursday.