Leeds United striker Ross McCormack is hoping to get the nod for Scotland in next month's friendly with Cyprus.
The 25-year-old, who has won seven caps, has not featured for his country since their 1-0 defeat by Republic of Ireland in the Carling Nations Cup in May.
McCormack has been in good form for the Whites this season with nine Championship goals from just 13 starts.
The former Cardiff City man is chomping at the bit to impress head coach Craig Levein and now hopes to win a chance against Cyprus.
"It would be nice to be involved with Scotland again and to get to play with that quality of player," explained McCormack.
"But to be honest I am not paying any attention to the possibility of playing until the squad is named. If it comes along then great and if it doesn't then so be it.
"There are a lot of Scots playing in England and winning their place in the squad so at the present time it is probably the place to be playing your football."
McCormack has helped fire Leeds into fifth in the Championship table, but their unbeaten run ended on Wednesday following a 1-0 loss at Birmingham.
The Whites have been in decent form following a patchy start to the campaign and McCormack is in no doubt that Leeds will be challenging come May.
"First and foremost I want to keep doing my job for Leeds and helping them in the promotion race," he continued.
"We lost at Birmingham on Wednesday, but it was a tough game and a share of the points would have been fair.
"However, we're fifth in the table so hopefully we will be there or thereabouts at the end of the season."