No Republic of Ireland debut for Portsmouth's Ronan Curtis
Ronan Curtis will have to wait for his Republic of Ireland senior debut.
The Pompey forward was an unused substitute in his country's 1-1 friendly draw with Poland inÂ Wroclaw on Tuesday night.
Aiden O'Brien broke the deadlock in the 53rdÂ minute only for Mateusz Klich to haul the hosts level with just three minutes remaining.
Curtis, 22, was drafted intoÂ Martin O'Neill's squad on Sunday having netted for the under-21s against Kosovo 48 hours earlier.
A lengthy injury list, including skipper Seamus Coleman, left the former Aston Villa boss looking for reinforcements. And CurtisÂ caught the eye.
The attacker has been in scintillating form since joining the Blues from Derry City this summer.
He notched five goals and three assists in his opening six League One outings before linking up with the under-21s.
On Friday, he scored an 82nd-minute leveller in a 1-1 draw against Kosovo in European Championships qualifying.
In his absence, the under-21s suffered a 6-0 home defeat against Germany on Tuesday night.
Curtis, however, was watching as the senior side were held by Poland.
Meanwhile, itÂ is understood the deal agreed with Derry City over Curtis'Â move to Fratton ParkÂ does not contain a clause for further payment in recognition of international honours.
Such a stipulation was not demanded by the Irish club during negotiations over his summer transfer,Â for a fee believed to be around Â£100,000.