Joe Cole insists that he is not thinking about England and his sole focus is on helping Chelsea win the Premier League.
Cole was left out of England's last squad for the friendly with Egypt to cast doubt over his chances of making the World Cup.
The Chelsea ace, though, is now seeing more regular action under Carlo Ancelotti and is being tipped to recapture his place in the international set-up, prior to this summer's World Cup finals.
But Cole insists that he has his sights firmly set on winning the league.
"It is in our hands, our destiny is in our hands," Cole told Sky Sports News.
"We know if we win every game we are champions.
"I just want to work hard for my team-mates and whatever happens happens. It's obviously something I'd like to play in but at the moment I'm just concentrating on helping Chelsea win the title.
"I just want to keep playing well. I give everything in every game I play and that's just my nature. I want to work hard for my team-mates and manager and what will be will be."
Cole admits that playing well for Chelsea will be how he wins his place back in the England set-up.
"You can't talk yourself into England squads," he added.
"I just want to keep playing well for Chelsea - it would be something I love, any English player would love to be there.
"But my focus is just Chelsea and helping them win as many games as possible."
Cole says that Carlo Ancelotti has made a huge impression on him and the rest of the Chelsea squad.
"Ancelotti is a cracking manager," said Cole.
"He's shown in the last few weeks what he's all about with his team selections.
"The boys really get on with him. He has brought in a great camaraderie and we have a team spirit developing again.
"Because of that, wining the double would be a massive achievement for Chelsea, for everyone at the club."
Meanwhile, Cole also revealed that he thinks Wayne Rooney will beat his team-mate Didier Drogba to the PFA Player of the Year award.
"For me Rooney has been outstanding and I think he deserves it," he said.