The 17-year-old could win his second cap for the Lions against Oman.
Metz teenager Adam Swandi is the standout inclusion in the 23-man Singapore squad that face Oman in a crucial AFC Asian Cup qualifier.
Lions head coach Bernd Stange has retained faith in the 17-year-old, who made his debut for the Lions as a substitute in the friendly against Myanmar on June 4, for the crucial match on August 14.
Swandi has enjoyed quite the meteoric rise since moving to France in late-February to join the Ligue 2 side but Stange hinted the attacker could easily have missed out as he pondered his selection.
“It was not easy to finalise the squad but I am very pleased we have put together the team now,” Stange told the Football Association of Singapore official website.
“I am confident that these players have the capabilities to help the team achieve a good result against Oman.
“It is a well-balanced squad comprising experienced internationals and promising youngsters, including 10 players from the triumphant LionsXII team which won the Malaysian Super League (MSL) title early this month.”
Singapore are currently bottom of Group A having lost 4-0 to Jordan in February and meet Oman at the Jalan Besar Stadium next month in desperate need of a win to kick-start their qualification campaign.