Romelu Lukaku has been named in Belgium's squad for Euro 2016 - but Kevin Mirallas misses out.
Marc Wilmots has named an initial 24-man squad for the tournament, to be reduced to 23 players ahead of the start of the competition next month.
Lukaku is included in the travelling party after scoring 25 goals in all competitions for Everton this season, though the 22-year-old hasn't scored in his last eight games.
Mirallas, though, only makes it to the eight-man standby list, capping a frustrating few seasons for the former Olympiakos forward.
Mirallas' form has dipped dramatically under Roberto Martinez, not helped by rumours of a bust-up between the pair that saw Mirallas lose his place in the first-team.
The winger was has been a regular for Belgium in the past, with 51 caps to his name, but he will know need at least one member of the main squad to pull out if he is to add to that tally in France this summer.
Christian Benteke, Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Marouane Fellaini are among those included in a strong-looking Red Devils squad.
Belgium have been drawn in Group E at Euro 2015 along with Republic of Ireland, Italy and Sweden.