FORMER RGC star James Lang has been called-up to the Scotland squad for their autumn test.

The Harlequins back is a late addition to the set-up after being called in to replace injured Glasgow centre Sam Johnson, who is unavailable due to a knee injury suffered during their Pro14 defeat at Munster on Saturday.

Lang made his move to the English Premiership side in 2016 on an initial two-year deal and has impressed considerably for Quins’ during that time.

His outstanding performances also caught the attention of national selectors, with the 23-year-old winning his first caps over the summer tour against Argentina and Canada.

Like the other players based in England, France and Wales, he will also be unavailable for Saturday's encounter in Cardiff.

The fly-half, who can also operate as a centre, will be hoping to gain further international recognition when Scotland entertain Fiji, South Africa and Argentina over consecutive weekends in November at their Murrayfield home.

Lang is one of many RGC prospects who are currently plying their trade at professional level, with Sean Lonsdale making a number of appearances for English Premiership side Exeter Chiefs this season.

The likes of Tom Williams, Tiaan Loots and Jacob Botica and operating within the Welsh regional system, with Alex Schwartz making a significant impression with Cornish Pirates following a summer move.