A MOTORWAY gritter has been named in a hilarious tribute to the star Scotland squad. 

Dubbed "Yes Sir, Ice Can Boogie' in honour of the first men's team to make to a major tournament in 22 years, the Amey gritter will keep the M74 safe from ice as it makes its rounds this winter. 

A nod to the Baccara song Yes Sir, I Can Boogie, the gritter was revealed on social media last night to giggles from Scotland fans still riding high on the news Scotland would compete at next year's Euros. 

READ MORE: Man flown to Glasgow hospital after hillwalking date ends in five-hour rescue operation

READ MORE: 'He died and no one came to tell me': Widow discovered husband dead in hospital bed

The 1977 disco tune has become the unofficial anthem of the top team after a parody video of Andy Considine singing the song dressed in drag.