Ronan Curtis has been called into the Republic of Ireland U-21 side for the upcoming qualifier against Azerbaijan.
The City youngster, one of only two League of Ireland players selected, will be part of the squad that travel to Baku for the Group 5 fixture on September 5th.
Noel King the Republic of Ireland U-21 boss was in Maginn Park last week to see City crash out of the FAI Cup to Dundalk and having previously called up Curtis has continued to call on his services.
Goalkeepers: Kieran O’Hara (Manchester Utd), Liam Bossin (Nottm Forest)
Defenders: Daniel Kane (Huddersfield), Ryan Sweeney (Stoke City – on-loan at Bristol Rovers), Shaun Donnellan (West Bromwich Albion – on-loan at Walsall), Corey Whelan (Liverpool), Declan Rice (West Ham United), Ryan Delaney (Burton Albion – on-loan at Cork City)
Midfielders: Josh Cullen (West Ham United – on-loan at Bolton Wanderers), Harry Charlsey (Everton), Connor Dimaio (Chesterfield), Ryan Manning (QPR), Liam Kinsella (Walsall), Connor Ronan (Wolves)
Forwards: Reece Greco-Cox (QPR), Ronan Curtis (Derry City), Joe Quigley (Bournemouth – on-loan at Newport County), Jake Mulraney (Inverness CT)