Scotland skipper John McGinn has become the latest Bankie to captain the national team.

National side boss Steve Clarke gave the 25-year-old star the nod to lead his team in the 1-0 victory over Czech Republic on October 14.

He is the first Bankie to captain the team in two decades, joining Asa Hartford, who captained Scotland back in 1981, and Kevin Gallacher, who captained in 2000 as the latest Clydebank-born national team leader as Scotland went eight games undefeated.

Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, he said: “For me personally, every time I play for Scotland it's a dream come true, but to get that opportunity to lead us out tonight is something I'll never forget.

“We've got a lot of leaders in there. I like a laugh and a joke but before the game I just stay quiet and focused, and like to try and lead with the way I play.

"I just played my own game and thankfully we got the win to top it off."