Aberdeen keeper Joe Lewis today insisted he is fit for selection following the international break after recovering from knee surgery.
The 30-year-old made his comeback ahead of schedule when playing all 90 minutes of an Under-20 SPFL Development League win at St Mirren.
Lewis has been ruled out since sustaining knee ligament damage in a 2-0 loss to Rangers at Ibrox in January.
The former England squad keeper has missed the last 10 games.
Newcastle United stopper Freddie Woodman has been in goals since arriving on transfer deadline day on a loan deal until the end of the season.
Lewis is in contention for his first- team return in the Premiership game against St Johnstone at Pittodrie on March 31 in the first game back following the international break.
Lewis, pictured, said: “I feel good and I am delighted to be back fit.
“I will do some training this week with Marsh (Aberdeen goalkeeping coach Gordon Marshall).
“When the lads are back on Monday I will have a full week of training and then the decision is the manager’s.”
Victory moved the second-placed Dons U20s, who hold a game in hand, to within five points of leaders Hibs.
St Mirren went ahead in the 14th minute as Connor O’Keefe rifled beyond Lewis from 15 yards.
Aberdeen hit back soon when David Dangana rattled in a superb goal.
Captain Seb Ross headed home in the second half to seal the victory.
Lewis said: “I really enjoyed the game and it was a good test for us.
“I had enough to do in all aspects of the game and I felt sharp.
“I have seen the U20s play a few times but to actually play behind them was enjoyable. It was a good test and win.”