Gary Mackay-Steven, Graeme Shinnie, Scott McKenna and Mikey Devlin have all been named in the Scotland squad.
The Aberdeen quartet were named by national team boss Alex McLeish this afternoon for their crucial Uefa Nations League double-header against Israel and Albania this month.
McKenna and Shinnie were in the initial squad for the trip to Israel last month, with Devlin and Mackay-Steven called into the setup due to a number of withdrawals ahead of the friendly with Portugal.
Devlin could be in line to win his first cap for Scotland, following his impressive form this season, although he faces stiff competition from Charlie Mulgrew to partner McKenna at centre-half.
Mackay-Steven has been one of the Dons’ most effective players this season and has five goals in 16 games in all competitions.
The Dons have the joint-most representatives in the squad alongside Celtic, with three ex-Dons – Ryan Christie, Ryan Fraser and Mulgrew – also included.
Matt Phillips and Steven Fletcher have netted recalls in the striking department, as McLeish is forced to do without Leigh Griffiths and Steven Naismith.