Robert Snodgrass is hoping his impressive form for Leeds United of late will earn him a Scotland call-up.
The tricky winger has starred in Leeds' flying start to the 2009/10 campaign, helping Simon Grayson's side set the early pace in League One.
He also put in an eye-catching display during Tuesday's Carling Cup date with Premier League giants Liverpool.
The Whites were eventually beaten 1-0 by the Merseysiders at Elland Road, but provided stubborn resistance for long periods.
Having seen his reputation rise after the midweek showing, Snodgrass - who has been capped by Scotland at U21 level - is determined to force his way into George Burley's plans ahead of a friendly date with Japan in October.
"I felt we created chances against Liverpool and couldn't be too disappointed," he said in the Daily Record.
"The gaffer likes me to twist and turn and try to make things happen and I felt I did.
"I know Scotland are aware of how I've been doing at Leeds and I've just got to keep it going if I want to get into the national side."