The veteran Home United striker is back in the Lions squad for the first time in three years.
Indra Sahdan Daud has revealed his pride at being called up to the Singapore squad for the AFC Asian Cup qualifier against Oman.
The 34-year-old Home United striker last pulled on the Lions jersey three years ago and had apparently retired from international football, but has reignited his career at the Bishan Stadium after being plucked from amateur National Football League side Keppel Monaco last year.
His performances for the Protectors and vast national team experience, gained from playing under five different coaches, has convinced current Singapore chief Bernd Stange to hand the ex-captain an international lifeline.
“I feel good and proud that I am able to represent the country again, knowing that I can still play and contribute to the team,” he told Goal Singapore during training on Saturday.
“Hopefully I can get a start but at the end of the day, it’s up to the coach.”
Indra could earn his 99th cap for Singapore should he make it onto the field during Wednesday’s match at the Jalan Besar Stadium and is the third most-capped player in the squad after Shahril Ishak (107 and Baihakki Khaizan (102).