Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Paul Robinson is hopeful of reclaiming the England No.1 jersey.
Robinson sought a summer switch from Tottenham Hotspur to Rovers over the summer after a difficult two years.
The 28-year-old shot-stopper was the victim of a freak goal during England's 2-0 Euro 2008 qualifier defeat against Croatia in 2006.
He has not played for his country since October 2007, with David James manager Fabio Capello's current first-choice keeper.
However, Robinson, who will return to Zagreb with the England squad on Wednesday for the World Cup qualifier versus the Croatians, is determined to fight for his place in the side.
A difficult time
He said in the Daily Star: "I was disappointed at the reaction to that goal in Croatia.
"It was a difficult time for me and to say it didn't affect me would be a lie because it did.
"But I've never doubted my own ability and I definitely feel I can be England's No.1 again.
"I'm 28, I've got 41 caps and I think I've got my best years ahead of me.
"I've had a fresh start at Ewood and I don't see why I can't add to those caps."