Henrik Dalsgaard has been named in the latest Denmark international squad for two games in the coming fortnight.
The right-back, who has 17 caps to his name, will be part of the squad to take on the Republic of Ireland in a Nations League game at The Aviva Stadium, Dublin, on Saturday 13 October, kick-off 7.45pm before the Danes return home for a friendly against Austria the following Tuesday in Herning, kick-off 7.45pm.
Denmark made a fine start to their Nations League campaign with a 2-0 win over Chris Mepham's Wales last month while Ireland, for whom Alan Judge could well be involved, suffered a 4-1 defeat to the Red Dragons in their opener.
After impressing at the World Cup in the summer, Henrik has played every minute for Dean Smith's side in the Sky Bet Championship this term, scoring one goal, and captained the side to a 5-1 opening day victory over Rotherham United.
Henrik was one of 13 Brentford players to be called-up by their nations last month. Stay tuned to brentfordfc.com over the coming days to see which other Bees will be representating their nations this October.