Liverpool striker David Ngog has been approached by Cameroon to play for the African country.
Ngog, who has played for France from Under 16 level through to Under 21, qualifies for Cameroon through his father.
Cameroon coach Paul Le Guen is keen for Ngog to change his allegiance ahead of the African Cup of Nations and World Cup.
If Ngog decides to play for Cameroon it could leave Liverpool with problems in attack for January as Cameroon are involved in the African Cup of Nations in Angola at the turn of the year.
Ngog admits he is flattered by the approach and he is now considering his international future.
"I have had contact with the Cameroonian federation. Now I need some time to think about things. I'm very flattered," Ngog told The Sun.