Dion Charles and Eoin Toal have been named in Northern Ireland’s squad for the friendlies next month.

Michael O’Neill’s side face Spain in Palma on Saturday, June 8 (9.30pm) before taking on Andorra in Murcia on Tuesday, June 11 (8.45pm).

Charles was called up for the previous international break but did not feature in the fixtures against Scotland and Romania due to a knee problem.

The forward returned for the final weeks of the League One campaign and scored a penalty in the 3-3 draw at Peterborough. He also struck either side of half time against Barnsley in the play-off semi-final first leg at Oakwell.

The 28-year-old scored his first international goals last year, bagging a brace in a 2-0 victory against San Marino.

Meanwhile, Toal is looking to add to his five senior caps for his country after starting both of the friendlies in March.

The defender was also on target against Barnsley in the play-off semi-final, heading home his fifth goal of the campaign.

The upcoming friendlies are in preparation for the Nations League campaign, which kicks off in September.

Here is the full 26-man squad

Goalkeepers – Bailey Peacock-Farrell (Aarhus, on loan from Burnley), Conor Hazard (Plymouth Argyle), Pierce Charles (Sheffield Wednesday).

Defenders – Jonny Evans (Manchester United), Jamal Lewis (Watford, on loan from Newcastle United), Daniel Ballard (Sunderland), Ciaron Brown (Oxford United), Conor Bradley (Liverpool), Trai Hume (Sunderland), Brodie Spencer (Huddersfield Town), Eoin Toal (Wanderers), Aaron Donnelly (Dundee, on loan from Nottingham Forest).

Midfielders – Corry Evans (Sunderland), Jordan Thompson (Stoke City), Shea Charles (Southampton), Conor McMenamin (St Mirren), Paul Smyth (Queens Park Rangers), Isaac Price (Standard Liege), Ross McCausland (Rangers), Ethan Galbraith (Leyton Orient), Caolan Boyd-Munce (St Mirren).

Forwards - Josh Magennis (Wigan Athletic), Dion Charles (Wanderers), Callum Marshall (West Ham United), Jamie Reid (Stevenage), Dale Taylor (Wycombe Wanderers, on loan from Nottingham Forest).