Swansea winger Nathan Dyer has admitted it would be a dream come true to win a call-up for England.
Dyer, along with Swansea team-mates Leon Britton and Scott Sinclair, has been tipped to break into Fabio Capello's England plans after impressing for the Premier League new boys this term.
Capello sent his assistant Stuart Pearce on a scouting mission to South Wales this week to cast an eye over the trio in training and in the midweek draw with Chelsea.
Dyer is refusing to get carried away and is trying to keep his feet on the ground despite all the plaudits he is getting.
"It is a dream every young boy has to play for their country," Dyer told Sky Sports News.
"It would be amazing, a dream come true for me, but I have got to keep myself grounded and keep myself humble and keep playing and keep being consistent."
Dyer was accused of diving by Arsene Wenger in Swansea's recent win over Arsenal at the Liberty Stadium, but the former Southampton has rejected the suggestions that he is a diver.
"Obviously he is entitled to his opinion and he is going to stick up for his team, but I am not a guy to cheat on the football field," added Dyer.
"If I get kicked that is what happened."