Charlton winger Dennis Rommedahl says he hopes Iain Dowie took note of his fine performances in Denmark's recent victories over Portugal and Iceland.
The former PSV Eindhoven man has played just eight minutes of club football so far this season for The Addicks, but has flourished on the international stage for the Scandinavian nation.
After participating in an impressive 4-2 win over Portugal, Rommedahl put in a man-of-the-match performance in his country's victory over Iceland on Wednesday as he scored one and made the other in a 2-0 win.
Now the 28-year-old hopes to have affected a change in his chances at club level at The Valley.
"I can simply not do more than I have done," Rommedahl told Onside.dk.
"I can just hope that my manager has watched the match, which is not likely.
"It is obvious that the recent internationals have given me confidence and I hope I can transfer it to the club as well."
Denmark's opening Euro 2008 qualifying victory pleased coach Morten Olsen as he saw his side triumph in Reykjavik.
"We deserved to win," said Olsen.
"We played well in the first half, but not in the second, then we played on their conditions."