Snodgrass missed the entire Euro 2016 campaign after dislocating a kneecap on his Hull debut but he started making up for lost time with a hat-trick in the opening World Cup qualifying game against Malta.
Now the 29-year-old is looking to continue his return to normality when he lines up against Lithuania on Saturday night in his first game at the national stadium since a goalless draw with the United States in November 2013.
“America was the last time I played there but I had some good results there,” Snodgrass said. “The two games I have had in my comeback were away so to be back there with family, friends and supporters will be terrific.
“It’s a chance for me to show the Scottish crowd that I’m back. I’m back from injury and working hard to get to a level I was before
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“It’s just a great feeling getting the chance to play for your country.”