Louis Saha insists he is focused on performing for Everton and not playing for France at the World Cup.
French striker Saha could find himself playing in South Africa next summer after Les Bleus secured their place in the finals at Republic of Ireland's expense.
Saha has won 18 caps for his country and scored four goals, although the last was back in October 2006 against international minnows Faroe Islands.
The former Manchester United marksman has been in fine form for Everton this term and he holds an outside hope of being called up by Raymond Domenech.
"I am trying to put thoughts of a World Cup call-up to one side," he told the club's official website.
"I need to concentrate on my form for Everton. Obviously though if I got a call-up I would love to be there."
The controversial circumstances of France's qualification remain a source of contention after Thierry Henry's handball was not spotted in the build-up to their crucial equaliser.
Saha is disappointed people are still discussing the matter and feels that attention should now switch to next summer's finals.
"It is a shame people are still talking about the way France qualified," he continued.
"It was a decision made by the referee but it wasn't a decision in the last minute.
"There was plenty of time for the Republic of Ireland to score another goal. We should move on now."