A series of quick fire internationals in late May and early June will finally see Henrik Ojamaa make his debut for the Estonian national team.
Whilst still settling into life in Lanarkshire in February, following his move to Scotland, Estonia boss Tarmo Rüütli excused Ojamaa from travelling to the USA where the Baltic nation were due to face El Salvador in a friendly international in Los Angeles.
Now with the SPL season concluded and Motherwell having secured third place, and with it Champions League football next term, Ojamaa can take his place in the Estonia squad for a programme of five internationals between 25th May and 5th June.
Estonia will commence their matches with an away fixture to Croatia in Pula on 25th May before travelling to Austria to take on Euro 2012 co-hosts Ukraine in Kufstein on 28th May.
Tartu, Estonia's second city, will host the 2012 Baltic Cup matches where Estonia will face Finland on 1st June and the winners of the Latvia v Lithuania tie on 2rd June.
A trip to Le Mans in France on 5th June will see Tarmo Rüütl's side complete a rigorous end of season schedule.
The chance to commence his international career in earnest will complete what Ojamaa has described a "special six months" with Motherwell where he has risen from obscurity to one of the SPL's most feared forwards.
Signing for the Steelmen after two trial periods, Ojamaa netted within minutes of his debut as a substitute in Motherwell's 4-0 win over Queen's Park in the Scottish Cup 4th round.
His blistering start to his Motherwell career would see him find the net on nine occasions before the season was out, picking up two individual awards in the shape of the SPL Young Player of the Month Award for January and the Scottish Cup Player of the Round for Round 5 of Scotland's national cup competition.