Fly-half Dan Parks has hailed his Glasgow colleagues after he and 13 others formed the largest-ever Warriors contingent in a Scotland squad.
Forwards Dougie Hall, Moray Low, Al Kellock, Richie Gray, Kelly Brown, John Barclay and John Beattie are involved, with Jon Welsh invited to train.
Fellow backs Chris Cusiter, Evans brothers Thom and Max, youngster Ruaridh Jackson and Graeme Morrison also join Parks in the 30-strong squad.
And despite agreeing to join Cardiff at the end of the campaign, the 31-year-old is desperate for the trend to continue.
“They all deserve it," said Parks. "That's the beauty of it. There's no-one in there that you would say doesn't deserve to be there.
“I think that's credit to the guys that have got in. It's great for Glasgow and long may it continue.
"I feel my form has been improving all season.
"I think a lot of that comes down to the team we have this year. Our forwards have dominated matches and been on top in a lot of games, which has helped the team and myself to play better. It helps me control the game."