Spurs midfielder Jermaine Jenas is targeting goals this term to win a return to the England squad.
The 27-year-old missed out on England's failed World Cup bid after an injury-hit season last term.
But Jenas, who played in Spurs' recent 1-0 friendly win over Benfica, is now looking ahead and wants to score goals to get himself noticed by England boss Fabio Capello.
He told The Sun: "I don't think I have anything to prove but I do feel as if I have missed a season in my career because I didn't play many games at all.
"Obviously, I was disappointed to miss out on the World Cup squad.
"But this is another campaign and I must do all I can to make sure I don't miss out again.
"I'd like to think there is room in the England squad for someone like me who can pass the ball. I'm mobile too.
"And there's definitely more goals to come from me - that's what gets you really noticed."