CHERRIES star Ryan Fraser has kept his place in the Scotland squad for friendlies against Peru and Mexico.

Fraser, capped three times by his country, will be hoping to add to his tally when the Tartan Army faces Peru in Lima on May 29 and Mexico in Mexico City four days later.

Scotland manager Alex McLeish has picked seven uncapped players and only four who are in double figures in their cap counts.

A number of Celtic players, including reported Cherries target Kieran Tierney, have been rested.

However, McLeish has publicly stated his 24-strong squad includes players "who have been in good form throughout the season", which includes Fraser.

The 24-year-old winger, a £400,000 signing from Aberdeen in January 2013, showed his versatility by filling in at right-back and right wing-back for Cherries for the final two months of the season.

He netted five Premier League goals in 26 games and finished third in the voting for the Daily Echo-Micky Cave supporters' player-of-the-year award.

Fraser's winner against Swansea in Cherries' final home game made it his most productive in terms of league goals since he joined Cherries.

He deputised admirably following injury to Adam Smith and took to 54 his tally of top-flight career appearances.

Fraser's three Scotland caps came against Hungary, Netherlands and England.