Tomas Rosicky is hoping he can force his way back into Arsenal's starting XI after the international break.
The Czech Republic international has seen limited action so far this season, with Arsene Wenger preferring other options.
He was handed a starting berth in the Gunners' 6-0 mauling of Blackpool, but was awarded just over half-an-hour against Liverpool and 15 minutes against Blackburn.
Rosicky admits he is desperate to play and is determined to prove his worth to Wenger once he returns to Emirates Stadium from Euro 2012 qualification duty.
"It could be better as I have been in the starting line-up just once," he told iDnes.cz.
"But from September there will be two games every week, so we will see if I get to play more.
"Everyone wants to play, and I'm no different. But in every game there are seven disappointed players who don't make the XI."
Rosicky has struggled with injuries over recent years, but insists he is in top shape at the moment.
He does not know what he has to do to convince Wenger that he is worthy of a starting berth, but accepts that grabbing a few more goals would do him no harm.
"I feel well and hopefully I have done well," he added.
"If laying on assists does not help me into the starting line-up, then maybe I need to start scoring. To be fair, I have not done too well in that department.
"I am not panicking though."