Swansea City boss Brendan Rodgers believes Danny Graham's form could merit a call-up for England's Euro 2012 squad.
The former Watford striker has been in excellent form for the promoted side this term, scoring 10 Premier League goals.
Graham is uncapped, although Rodgers believes that could change if he finishes the campaign with 15-plus goals to his name.
England are without a head coach following Fabio Capello's exit and Rodgers thinks it will be 'interesting' to see if the 26-year-old makes the plane for Ukraine and Poland this summer.
"Danny has been fantastic this season," Rodgers told Wales online.
"And I have always said I think he is right up there with the top English strikers around.
"If he continues to work the way he has been working, you never know what could happen with Euro 2012.
"If he is going to be up around 15 or 20 goals by the end of the season, which I feel he can be, then he will be one of few English players who has achieved that.
"He has played regularly too, so certainly it will be interesting to see the England squad at the end of the season."