THE original singer of Scotland’s unofficial Euro 2021 anthem has said she would “love to re-record” the song with the team’s players “if the people of Scotland would want that”.

Yes Sir, I Can Boogie has become a renewed sensation north of the Border after Scotland’s national teams’ twitter account shared a video of the players singing the song and jumping around in celebration after their historic win over Serbia on Thursday.

The song, originally released by Spanish duo Baccara in 1977, is one of the top ten best selling singles of all time, having moved around 18 million copies worldwide.

It was initially repopularised in Scotland by Aberdeen defender Andrew Considine, who recorded a mock music video in drag for his wedding, only to have it leak.

Considine was on the bench for the duration of the match against Serbia, but could be seen singing with his teammates in the changing rooms afterwards.

The video now has over a million views, and Yes Sir, I Can Boogie has seen a surge in popularity on music streaming and download sites.

Speaking to The Scottish Sun, Maria Mendiola, one half of Baccara, said she thought the video was “fantastic” and that she would love to release a special version for next year’s Euros.

Mendiola said: “I’m delighted that the players love the song so much. It’s incredible that the Scottish team are boogie-ing to it.

“I would love to re-record the song for the Euro 2020 tournament if the people of Scotland would want that. We would be very happy to do that.

“I would be great fun to perform a music video with the players to do something for the Euros once coronavirus is over. It would be no problem at all.”

She went on: “I want Scotland to do well at Euro 2020 - mainly because they chose our song. I am with Scotland now.

“I’m from Spain but they’ve won it several times. Let Scotland win it.”

Unfortunately, odds on Scotland winning the championship are being offered at 250/1 right now.

Only Macedonia are deemed less likely to win by the bookies, with odds on the Southeastern European nation taking home the top prize being offered at 1500/1.