ANDY ROBERTSON says that Billy Gilmour can earn as many caps as he wants, as the Scotland captain hailed the midfielder as the future of the national team.

The Chelsea youngster was outstanding as Scotland earned a deserved point at Wembley to keep their dreams of qualifying for the knockout stages of the European Championships alive with a goalless draw.

When asked to assess Gilmour’s performance, the Scotland captain said: “My God, woof, right up there, right up there.

“I spoke to him in the hotel today and I just looked at him...

“To be fair to Billy, nothing fazes him. That’s why I believe he can have as many caps as he wants for Scotland.

“He’s got a huge future head of him but the here and now is pretty good as well.

“Today, he and Callum McGregor in the holding roles, were magnificent.”

Robertson has called upon his teammates to make sure they now build upon the point they earned when they face Croatia on Tuesday.

And he sees no reason why they can’t use the momentum they have now built up to make the second phase of a major tournament for the first time.

“I think we deserved a point and I don’t think many people could argue against that, to be honest with you,” he said.

“I think we had the big chances. At times we kept the ball superbly well and frustrated them. On another night we could have come away with more.

“But look, we’ll take a point as it keeps us alive. But it’s important that we use this feeling, we use the fans being happy with us going into Tuesday.

“It’s important that we try and use it to get a positive result which we’ll need to get through from this group.”