Celtic midfielder Matt O'Riley has opened up on the "strange" nature of his international call-up for Denmark.

The 22-year-old has joined the senior squad for the first time ahead of their clash against San Marino after Kasper Dolberg pulled out.

And O'Riley revealed he was in Spain at the time when the call came. Speaking to Bold.dk, he said: " It happened very quickly. I just got a call from Morten Wieghorst and Kasper Hjulmand.

"I was just sitting in Mallorca and eight hours later I was in Denmark, so it all happened very quickly. Wieghorst said that there was a very good chance that I would go and then I had to pack my things and be ready.

"I also had to talk to the hotel reception and say that I had to check out, but the feeling you get with that is really good!

"It was a bit strange. After all, I wasn’t sure if I should hide my face or not. I didn’t want anyone to talk about it, so I chose to wear a hat and hood."

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Meanwhile, Brendan Rodgers will be rubbing his hands at the prospect of defeating another Rangers manager, according to Chris Sutton.

During his two spells at Parkhead, the Irishman has seen off Mark Warburton, Pedro Caixinha, and Michael Beale.

And Sutton reckons the former Leicester City boss will be excited to fend off whoever is next in the hotseat at Ibrox.