The Confederations Cup is done and dusted for New Zealand. Who enhanced their international reputation in Russia? And who's in the frame for the World Cup qualifiers later in 2017?

Jason Pine updates the All Whites Power Rankings (previous positions in brackets).

1. (1) Chris Wood (Leeds Utd, England)
Skipper of the side and leader of the line for New Zealand off the back of a wonderful campaign with Leeds United.

2. (3) Ryan Thomas (PEC Zwolle, Netherlands)
A revelation in Russia, where he was New Zealand's best player. His energetic, skillful performances will have caught the eye of some big-club scouts.

3. (2) Winston Reid (West Ham Utd FC, England)
Clearly at the top of this list when fit and available, but hasn't played in New Zealand's last nine matches.

4. (8) Stefan Marinovic (SpVgg Unterhaching, Germany)
An immense performance against Portugal which further reinforced his standing as our number one goalkeeper. Has played every minute of the All Whites' last 19 internationals.

5. (4) Marco Rojas (Melbourne Victory FC, Australia)
Effective in patches at the Confederations Cup and on his day the most creative New Zealand attacker.

6. (6) Tommy Smith (Ipswich Town, England)
Firmly entrenched back in the All Whites fold after a period of absence. Adds steel and experience to New Zealand's rearguard.

7. (13) Michael Boxall (SuperSport Utd, South Africa)
Looks better every time he plays for his country. His pace is an uncoachable quality which is vital against increasingly nippy modern attackers.

8. (5) Michael McGlinchey (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)
Part of New Zealand's first-choice midfield, but doubt now over exactly what role he should play in the All Whites' engine-room.

9. (7) Andrew Durante (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)
Composed in the heart of New Zealand's back three and provided crucial leadership in Reid's absence.

10. (12) Clayton Lewis (Auckland City FC, New Zealand)
A breakthrough tournament for this talented youngster. Needs a professional deal to continue his rapid development.

11. (9) Bill Tuiloma (Olympique de Marseille, France)
Came on in all three games in Russia and arguably should have started. Needs to be given a chance to cement the deep-lying midfield role for his country.

12. (11) Tom Doyle (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)
A typically whole-hearted performance in his one appearance in Russia as he looks to nail the hotly contested left-wing back role.

13. (18) Deklan Wynne (Vancouver Whitecaps FC, Canada)
Not much between he and Doyle and was preferred in two of the three games at the Confederations Cup.

14. (16) Kosta Barbarouses (Melbourne Victory FC, Australia)
His recall to the national side was inevitable, but failed to really set Russia alight in the manner he is capable of. Big season looms on his return to Melbourne Victory.

15. (10) Dane Ingham (Brisbane Roar, Australia)
A steep learning curve for the young wing-back against Mexico. Improved against Portugal and will be better for the experience.

16. (17) Kip Colvey (San Jose Earthquakes FC, USA)
Overtaken by Ingham as first-choice right wingback, but as with the left-side, very little between the two.

17. (21) Monty Patterson (Ipswich Town FC, England)
Two enthusiastic cameos off the bench gave the young striker a further taste of international football.

18. (15) Shane Smeltz (Borneo FC, Indonesia)
In the twilight of his career, but his work ethic and attacking nous are valuable in a tournament squad.

19. (14) Themi Tzimopoulos (PAS Giannina FC, Greece)
Has fallen down the defensive pecking order and didn't see a minute of action in Russia.

20. (20) Glen Moss (Newcastle Jets, Australia)
Has a battle on his hands to unseat Marinovic, but still a high class 'keeper.

21. (28) Storm Roux (Central Coast Mariners, Australia)
Recalled to the national fold after a two-year absence, but not given an opportunity to play on this tour.

22. (25) Alex Rufer (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)
Still battling to make inroads at club level, but backed by Anthony Hudson in an All Whites environment.

23. (24) Sam Brotherton (Sunderland, England)
Very much a back-up defensive option, with his best days to come in the future.

24. (26) Tamati Williams (RKC Waalwijk, Netherlands)
Third-choice goalkeeper and popular squad member.

25. (NEW ENTRY) Myer Bevan (Vancouver Whitecaps, USA)
Almost forced Hudson's hand through his performances at the under-20 World Cup and will surely earn a first senior call-up soon.

26. (19) Jai Ingham (Melbourne Victory, Australia)
Debuted against Fiji and just missed selection for this tour. Will feature again in the future.

27. (22) Moses Dyer (Eastern Suburbs AFC, New Zealand)
Dropped for the first time in Hudson's tenure and now needs to make the step to professional football.

28. (27) Matthew Ridenton (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)
Recovering from injury and needs a big season with the Phoenix to force his way back in.

29. (33) Henry Cameron (Blackpool FC, England)
30. (35) Luke Adams (South Melbourne, Australia)
31. (23) Jake Gleeson (Portland Timbers FC, USA)
32. (32) Sarpreet Singh (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)
33. (NEW ENTRY - RETURNS FROM INJURY) Louis Fenton (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)
34. (30) Tyler Boyd (Vitoria SC, Portugal)
35. (34) Logan Rogerson (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)
36. (29) Jeremy Brockie (SuperSport Utd, South Africa)
37. (31) Hamish Watson (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)
38. (36) James McGarry (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand)

Liam Graham (Chesterfield FC, England)
Te Atawhai Hudson-Wihongi (Auckland City FC, New Zealand)