McCall wants regular games
Scotland coach Stuart McCall would like to see the Auld Enemy clashes return on a semi-regular basis - but not the annual fixture of the past.
McCall was among Gordon Strachan's coaching team during Scotland's 3-2 defeat by England at Wembley on Wednesday in the first meeting of the world's oldest international rivals for 14 years.
Both national associations have been in discussions over a return clash at Hampden, dependent on the qualifying schedule for Euro 2016, and McCall would relish an arrangement to revive the fixture, which has not been played on a regular basis since the last Rous Cup in 1989.
The Motherwell manager, who won one of his 40 Scotland caps in a Euro 96 defeat at Wembley, said: "I wouldn't say every year, nothing like that, but it passed without any major incidents trouble-wise which is always a major concern.
"It was just a really good atmosphere and everyone enjoyed it, plus you get that competitive edge.
"I would say every four years, maybe two, I don't know. But certainly not every year - maybe every four years to spice things up."
Motherwell left-back Stevie Hammell was among the Scotland substitutes and he feels the fixture would give the international scene a lift.
The 31-year-old said: "It was a great experience to be there and see the Scotland fans in Wembley and experience that game. It's something I will never forget.
"I don't think you will get that atmosphere at a lot of internationals.
"I think the international scene needs games like that to encourage fans to get along.
"The atmosphere and the passion was excellent despite it being a friendly.
"The players were excellent and were unlucky not to get a result."