Injured Ireland defender Richard Keogh has joined up with the international squad at the team headquarters in Dublin ahead of Monday's Euro 2020 qualifier clash with Denmark.

The centre-half has been ruled out for the season having been caught up in a controversial incident at Derby County, where he was a back-seat passenger in a drink-driving related car accident.

Keogh received serious leg injuries from the car crash, which has ruled him out of football for 12 months, and the defender was subsequently sacked by his club.

And while the 33-year-old will play no further part in Ireland's Euro 2020 mission, the centre-half started the first five games of the campaign.

"Great to see Richard Keogh arrive in camp tonight ahead of #IRLDEN," tweeted the FAI.

From left: Alan Kelly, Terry Connor, Richard Keogh,  Mick McCarthy, Andy Liddle and Robbie Keane