David James is unsure of whether he has done enough to cement his spot as England's No.1 goalkeeper.
The Portsmouth shot-stopper, who suffered with a knee injury last season, made his first England start since April last year in the World Cup warm-up match against Japan on Sunday.
James was replaced by Joe Hart for the second half in Graz as the Three Lions clinched a 2-1 win, while West Ham keeper Robert Green is also in the frame for South Africa.
And despite being tipped to land the No.1 jersey this summer, James insists nothing is certain until manager Fabio Capello names his final squad on Tuesday.
"It's been a long season obviously, with injuries and whatever else," James told Sky Sports News.
"Just to start today was very nice because it was my first start in over a year.
"We'll see what happens with the selection. Hart played well in the second half and the squad's looking alright, so we'll see.
"As far as I'm concerned, the way that Mr Capello sorts things out, by the start (of the World Cup) the squad will be in the best shape we can be.
"I'm hoping it'll be myself of course, but it's about the squad, and if the squad's going to do alright then I'm sure we'll be there for that."