Netherlands are set to hand a debut to FC Twente's Brazilian-born defender Douglas after adding him to their squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and Romania.
Douglas, 24, became eligible for a Dutch passport last November after moving to Netherlands in 2007 to link up with Twente, the Eredivisie league leaders.
After completing his naturalisation process in 2011, he told Twente's official website: "I am very glad to have gained Dutch nationality. I really feel like a Dutchman. I wanted this for quite a long time and I'm pleased that I now share a nationality with my girlfriend and daughter.
"I already dreamed of playing for Netherlands during the 2010 World Cup and that dream still stands. Team manager Hans Jorritsma has congratulated me on behalf of head coach Bert van Marwijk."
Douglas is expected to make his Oranje bow against Andorra at Stadium Feijenoord this Friday.