The midfielder will represent the Scotland Under-21 side this afternoon when they contest a crucial European Championship qualifier against Georgia in Tbilisi, although his club career remains a live issue. Fyvie has made just one appearance for Wigan this season.
The 20-year-old was lured south from Aberdeen a year ago, signing for Roberto Martinez having consolidated a place in the Pittodrie midfield. His presence at the DW Stadium has been less pronounced, not least since Martinez departed for Everton during the summer. His replacement at Wigan, Owen Coyle, has still to be convinced by Fyvie and will grant the Scot a loan move.
For the record, Fyvie intends to find a temporary home in the Championship or League One before returning to continue his development at Wigan. He has started just one game this season - a hefty League Cup defeat by Manchester City - and has grown frustrated with Coyle's reluctance to find space in his team to accommodate the confident young Scot.
"It's not great," said the midfielder. "The manager's just not given me any chance at all. Of course it's demoralising. You go down there and a manager [Martinez] buys you and tries to mould you into the player that he wants you to be and then of course he went to Everton. The new manager has come in and he's got his own players, so there's not much I can do apart from prove a point to him that I want to get in the Wigan side."
It is likely that he will retain his place in the Scotland Under-21 team this afternoon. The side are in pursuit of their second win in a row and face a Georgia side thrashed 6-0 at home against the Netherlands last week. The Scots, by contrast, secured a hard-fought 2-1 victory against Slovakia and Fyvie admitted that his team-mates were fired up for that qualifier on the back of crushing defeats by England and the Dutch.
"It was a great result for us after the Holland game and it was a good team performance because we had to grind it out in the end," he said. "The manager told us that we need to prove to people that we're no mugs. I don't think we are, but it was great to bounce back and get another three points on the board.
"The game against Slovakia was all about getting our confidence back. I thought we played well and counter attacked very well. We stopped them from doing what we are good at which was dictating play from midfield."
St Johnstone's Stevie May scored the second goal against Slovakia and Fyvie expects the striker to discomfit Georgia as well. "The best thing I can say about him is that he's a real pain for defenders to play against because he's an all-round forward," he added.