Louis Saha is dreaming of forcing his way into France's Euro 2012 squad and playing his part in their quest for international glory.
The Tottenham striker was drafted back into Laurent Blanc's squad for an impressive friendly victory over Germany in February, allowing him to win his 20th cap.
The 33-year-old is delighted to have been offered a route back to the very top of the game, with five years having been spent in the international wilderness between 2006 and 2011.
Saha intends to make the most of his opportunity, with it his desire to put an injury-plagued past behind him and take his place in a squad that will kick-off their European Championship campaign against England on 11th June.
"My dream is to get into the squad for the Euros," he said.
"I am working hard and I know the choice is up to the coach but I will fight until the last moment.
"The victory over Germany has given us great belief. Greece showed in 2004 what is possible at the Euros.
"We want to play at our best because we have a strong squad and if Greece won in Portugal we must be up for that challenge.
"We have to believe we can beat England in the group. We know what we have to do to get a result but we know our squad is not inferior to England.
"We've got a young squad and we're making a lot of progress. The World Cup in 2014 could be our moment, but we shouldn't discount this summer."