Ramires believes his ability to play in a number of positions for Chelsea has boosted his international prospects with Brazil.
The industrious midfielder has used his boundless energy to help resuscitate Chelsea's once flagging campaign.
They are now in the UEFA Champions League final after his stunning displays against Barcelona in the two-legged semi-final, which culminated with his audacious lob in Camp Now.
Unfortunately, he will miss the showpiece against Bayern Munich through suspension, but he should be available to face Liverpool on Saturday in the FA Cup final.
Having arrived in this country as a centre midfielder, the Brazil international is now displaying a versatile approach to his game, which he feels can only enhance his international credentials.
"I can be called up any time now for the national team thanks to my work at Chelsea," he told Arena Sportv.
"I was playing as a box-to-box player and now I am playing as a winger. I played as a right-back in the match against Barcelona.
"I want to help [the team] and if I need to play in different positions, I will try to do my best."