David Trezeguet says he is open to playing for France again now that former team-mate Laurent Blanc has taken over as coach.
The 32-year-old striker, who signed a two-year deal with Spanish club Hercules last month, had a tense relationship with former Les Bleus boss Raymond Domenech and retired from the international stage two years ago.
But while insisting his main priority is to play regularly for his club, Trezeguet added in Le Parisien newspaper: "Then we'll see what happens.
"I know France has talented young players but if Laurent Blanc needs me, he knows he can count on me."
Trezeguet, who won the 1998 World Cup and the 2000 European Championship alongside team-mate Blanc, played his last match for France more than two years ago in a friendly against England.
He called time on his international career following Euro 2008 after Domenech overlooked him for the tournament.