Bradley Johnson insists rumours of an England call-up will not distract him from a fine Premier League start with Norwich.
The 24-year-old midfielder is playing in the top flight for the first time in his career having joined Norwich on a free transfer in the summer from Leeds.
Johnson has made an instant impact with the newly-promoted Canaries and his form has been such that he was reported to be on Fabio Capello's radar before England's final Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro last Friday.
Although a call-up did not come, he could earn a chance to impress in friendlies before next summer's finals, but the former Cambridge and Northampton man has vowed to focus on Norwich's bid to maintain their Premier League status.
"It's a great achievement for me to be watched by the England staff," said Johnson.
"But I'm just concentrating on doing my best for Norwich City."
Johnson has American heritage and was linked with a call-up to the USA squad ahead of the 2010 World Cup.
But since that did not materialise, the Hackney-born midfielder remains eligible for England.
"I've just got to keep my performances up and see where that takes me," he added.
"If I get a call-up then great, that's a bonus to me."