CHERRIES star Ryan Fraser is set to play under his fourth Scotland manager in two years after Steve Clarke was appointed yesterday.

The 55-year-old, who guided Kilmarnock to a third-placed finish in Scottish Premiership this season, replaces Alex McLeish, who left the role in April.

The former West Brom manager next month will take charge of Euro 2020 qualifiers against Cyprus and Belgium after Scotland took three points from their opening two games.

Fraser sat out the shock 3-0 defeat on an artificial surface in Kazakhstan due to his history of knee injuries before returning to provide an assist in the 2-0 victory over San Marino.

Discussing the upcoming fixtures, the winger, who has played under Gordon Strachan, Malky Mackay and McLeish, told the Daily Echo: "Belgium will be a hard game. No one expects us to win that, so if we get anything out of that, it will be good.

"Then we have got Cyprus, which we can win, as simple as that."

Asked about replicating his club form for his country, Fraser said: "I've already taken it there.

"I have played five games this season for Scotland, I have scored one goal and got five assists. I am getting it there as well."