ST MIRREN midfielder Lewis Morgan is the second young Inverclyde footballer to receive a Scotland call-up.

The 20-year-old, who lives in Gourock, has been included in Scot Gemmill's Under-21 squad for the first time along with Kilmarnock left-back Greg Taylor, 19, who is also from the town.

They are among 10 new faces called up for the challenge match against Estonia in Paisley at the end of the month.

Both have impressed at club level having broken into the first team in recent years.

Morgan, 20, made his debut for St Mirren against Celtic in 2014 and had been a regular with the U20s over the last couple of seasons before nailing down a place in the senior side.

On Wednesday night the former Inverclyde First Touch player scored the winner for Paisley men as they beat Dundee United 3-2 in the Scottish Championship.

He is now in with a chance of swapping the black and white of the Buddies for the dark blue of Scotland at his home ground, the Paisley 2021 Stadium, on Tuesday March 28 at 7.30pm.

Fellow Gourock footballer Taylor is also likely to feature following his impressive form for Kilmarnock.

He has been an ever-present for the Rugby Park side since breaking into the first team at the end of last season.

The Estonia match will be a warm-up for the UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying round, which begins in September with a home tie against the Netherlands.

An U20 squad will also travel to France to compete at the Toulon Tournament in May as Gemmill prepares his team for the qualifiers.