Blues striker Clayton Donaldson has been called up for Jamaica after being the main man in attack for Blues in the impressive start to the season.
The 31-year-old has scored 4 goals so far this term and has been an integral part of Rowett’s plans to climb the Championship table.
Although Donaldson was born in Bradford, he gave his allegiance to Jamaica in April, following Marlon King during his two year spell at the club.
However, it’s not all good news, the call up means he could miss the tie against Charlton a few days later.
Jamaica host Panama on November 14 before travelling to Haiti three days later. Blues host Charlton four days after and Donaldson may not be fully match fit, also after travelling 4,000 odd miles.
This means new signing Brock-Madsen may get the bow over Donaldson. Would you like to see Madsen start for Blues? Comment your thoughts below!