Last season, Murray Davidson won his first cap under interim manager Billy Stark, and, after a summer of uncertainty ended with the midfielder accepting a new deal to extend his stay at Perth, Wright believes he will force his way back into the Scotland squad.
"Against Ross County was as good as I've ever seen Murray," he said. "He was aggressive, got forward and was quality on the ball. He made great runs and all he lacked was a goal - and was only a whisker away from getting one to cap that display.
"For me, Murray and David Wotherspoon are guys Scotland could call upon. It's not my place to tell Gordon Strachan his job but I'm sure he'll be looking at them."