Darren Randolph is one of three goalkeepers who have been included in the Republic of Ireland squad for their two upcoming fixtures.
The Boro stopper, who's missed the last three games for Jonathan Woodgate's side with a thigh injury, was named in an extended 39-man provisional squad last week, which has been cut down to 28 players.
Randolph is joined by Kieran O’Hara and Mark Travers as the goalkeepers named for Ireland for the two games.
The Boys in Green are on home turf at the Aviva Stadium for both games during the international window, with a friendly against New Zealand first up on Thursday November 14.
Attentions then turn back to their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign, as they aim to preserve their place at the top of Group D against Denmark on Monday November 18.
Randolph joins Boro teammates Paddy McNair and George Saville in being called up for international duty, while youngster Paddy Reading will represent Scotland Under-21s again.