The Hibernian striker scored his first goals at club level on a tour of the country last year and he was back there during the summer scoring two when he played for the Scotland Under-20s against Cruzeiro in the ADO Den Haag tournament.
But, after winning his first under-21s call-up for Thursday's Euro 2015 qualifier against the Dutch in Nijmegen, the 19-year-old has set a more modest target.
He said: "Even to get on the pitch would be a great achievement in itself because it's a big squad and there are a few good players in it. But I've scored a few goals there before, so if I was to get another opportunity I would, hopefully, put it away.
"It's an honour to play for your country, especially the Under-21s because it's only one step off the big team. I'm delighted with the call-up and my family are delighted as well, so it's something to look forward to."
Meanwhile, Handling's club captain James McPake and the defender Tim Clancy will step up their efforts to make a first team return today by taking on Rangers in a bounce match.
The Leith side have arranged a closed-doors game with Ally McCoist's side in Glasgow after a scheduled Under-20 match between the sides was called off due to the international fixtures. The pair are expected to take part in the match as they look to regain match fitness.
Centre-half McPake has not featured since suffering a back spasm during the embarrassing Europa League 7-0 defeat at home to Malmo at the end of July, while the right-back Clancy is yet to kick a ball this term after undergoing groin surgery during the summer.
Both players trained with the rest of their team-mates last week but the Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon decided against naming the them in his squad for Saturday's visit of Ross County.
Fenlon could also give game time to new signing Abdellah Zoubir, the French forward who joined from the Ligue 2 side Istres.