Callum McGregor finally got his call into the Scotland squad this weekend but the Hoops midfielder has insisted that Celtic will remain his priority.

McGregor received the call from Gordon Strachan following the news that Scott Brown and Stuart Armstrong will miss the double header against Slovakia and Slovenia.

The Celtic midfielder netted a brace during the 2-2 draw with Hibs at the weekend and he has maintained that for now his day job is what his full focus is on.

"All I have ever tried to do is keep progressing and keep learning at Celtic," he said. "I have tried to make an impact whenever I have been in the team.

"I was pleased with the goals against Hibs but obviously I would have preferred it if they had come in a game when we had taken all three points.

"But for now it is just about trying to learn all the time.

"I actually haven't spoken to Gordon Strachan since I was last in the Scotland squad.

"It has just been up to me to go away and concentrate on my football with Celtic and do everything I can to play well. I wanted to be in the Champions League this season, to try and play there and make a contribution in that kind of environment.

"I have been working on doing the things that manager wants me to do and I have always felt that if I do that then everything else takes care of itself."

Meanwhile, McGregor also believes that Leigh Griffiths has earned the right to be seen as the main man for Scotland.

"He is like a different player," he said. "He has just gone to a different level over the last couple of months.

"His confidence is sky-high at the minute but even when you take out the goals his overall play and his link up play are excellent. He has shown that he is more than capable of going out and performing at the very top level."

Elsewhere, Scott Sinclair's hopes of landing a call to the England set-up took a blow with Gareth Southgate suggesting that he has better options in the wide-lift area.

The 28-year-old winger has scored 35 goals in 65 matches since joining Celtic from Aston Villa in August 2016.

"I had a conversation with Brendan [Rodgers] about him at the end of last season," Southgate said.

"He's a good player but we have good quality in that area of the pitch and at the moment I think he is just below the level of what we have already got.

"I would be happy to have that conversation (what he needs to do to break through) with him but I don't think it's appropriate to talk about performance aspects in public."