By Craig Turnbull
Lee Wallace says he won’t lose sleep over his snub from Gordon Strachan’s Scotland squad.
The Rangers full-back was touted to get a call-up to the national team for his impressive performances for Mark Warburton’s men this season.
However, he won’t be able to add to his eights caps for his country this time around after he missed out on the squads for the double header against Czech Republic and Denmark.
Strachan explained the reason he left certain players out was because he knew what they could do. Wallace though says the snub doesn’t concern him as his main priority is doing his best for his club.
“I can only talk about things that are relevant to me at Rangers whether I was unlucky or not doesn’t really matter,” he said.
“We can get caught up in all this stuff but the squad has been announced. The game is on Thursday and there’s another one next week so let’s just get on with it, that’s the way I think.
“I’m not going to be disappointed or lose sleep at not being included in the squad nor am I thinking about whether I can get in the squad in years to come.
“My main focus is to do as well as I can for Rangers and ensure that I can be the best possible player every time I put on a Rangers strip.”