New York Red Bulls forward Lewis Morgan has been added to Scotland's preliminary squad for Euro 2024 following the withdrawals of Lyndon Dykes and Ben Doak.

Steve Clarke lost Queens Park Rangers striker Dykes to a knee injury in training last week, and Liverpool winger Ben Doak also withdrew from the squad on Tuesday, having not featured for his club since sustaining a knee problem last December.

Bristol City's Tommy Conway was added to Scotland's party upon Doak's withdrawal, and he has now been joined by Morgan, who has spent the last two years with the Red Bulls.

Morgan has scored nine goals in 16 league appearances in 2024, with Sandro Schwarz's Red Bulls sitting fourth in the Eastern Conference, six points behind leaders Inter Miami. He has previously won two caps for Scotland, with both outings coming under Alex McLeish in 2018.

Morgan's nine league goals this year have come from 46 shots amounting to 6.56 expected goals (xG). His big chance conversion rate of 63.6 per cent has only been bettered by 13 players in MLS this term and is identical to the figure posted by Lionel Messi.

He scored a hat-trick as the Red Bulls thrashed Miami 4-0 in March, when Messi was unavailable.

Scotland kick off Euro 2024 versus Germany in eight days' time, with fixtures against Switzerland and Hungary also on the agenda for Clarke's team in Group A.