Two more West Ham United players have been called up to represent their countries in next week's round of international matches.
Midfielders Valon Behrami and Radoslav Kovac have been named in the Switzerland and Czech Republic squads for their respective friendlies against Bulgaria and Morocco.
Behrami, who has been in superb form for the Hammers since arriving from Italian club Lazio last summer, will be hoping to win his 25th cap when the Swiss host the Bulgarians in Basel on Wednesday evening. The 23-year-old, who has scored two goals for his country, is one of three English-based players in Ottmar Hitzfeld's 20-man squad.
Kovac, who arrived at the Boleyn Ground on loan until the end of the season from Spartak Moscow last week, will hope to earn his 29th cap for the Czechs when they face Morocco in Casablanca on the same evening.
Behrami and Kovac join James Collins and Jack Collison, both of whom have been named in the Wales selection for Wednesday's friendly with Poland in the Spanish city of Malaga. Captain Lucas Neill is in the Australia squad for their 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Japan in Yokohama on the same date.
England head coach Fabio Capello will name his squad for next week's friendly against Spain in Seville on Saturday.
CHECK OUT WHUTV TO SEE VALON BEHRAMI'S POST-MATCH THOUGHTS AFTER SATURDAY'S 0-0 DRAW AT THE EMIRATES