Scott McKenna is confident Scotland can go and qualify for more tournaments after their Euro 2024 exit was confirmed following a painful late defeat against Hungary on Sunday night. 

A victory in Stuttgart would've seen Scotland all but qualify for the last 16 yet after a cagey encounter, Hungary struck a winner right at the death to break Scottish hearts.

Since that loss, the Tartan Army have been questioning the future of head coach, Steve Clarke, and whether failing to reach the knockout stage once again signalled failure. 

But McKenna reckons there's no better manager to continue leading the country forward. 

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"If you look around the dressing room, it's full of experience," the Scotland defender explained.

"I'm sure in the next year or two there will probably be a few younger players added to the squad, that's just what happens in international football. You need to keep freshening it up. 

"But Steve Clarke has been the man that's managed to get us here twice, brought belief to the nation again, and I'm sure he can continue to do that."