Everton midfielder Tim Cahill has every intention of representing Australia in another World Cup.
Cahill will be 34 come the 2014 event in Brazil and is eager to make amends for a disappointing showing in South Africa last summer.
The 31-year-old got sent off in Australia's opener against Germany and subsequently missed a meeting with Ghana before the Socceroos bowed out in their final group game.
Cahill, who has had injury problems this season, admits he would love another chance on the biggest stage having also competed in the 2006 World Cup.
"Everyone knows me already - if I'm fit then I'm there. End of," he told The World Game.
"I never say no to my country. It's one of those questions that I get asked every year, after every Australia game.
"It's simple - if I'm fit then I'm there, if I'm selected then I'm there.
"Hopefully by that time there'll be some great youngsters that are pushing us out of the team and going on and doing greater things.
"But if I'm selected then I'll 100 per cent be there."