Former QPR goalkeeper Lee Camp is being tipped for an international call-up according to reports today (Sunday).
The Nottingham Forest stopper is being lined-up by Scotland boss George Burley after his availability came to the attention of the Scottish hierarchy, with his grandfather being born in Paisley.
The Scots goalkeeping woes are well documented with Alan McGregor being left out in the cold for breaching squad discipline. They are now set to turn to the former England Under 21 international for the World Cup double headers against Macedonia and Holland.
Camp moved to Forest in the summer after two years, two spells and 60 appearances for Rangers.
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