Rangers defender Carlos Cuellar is targeting a first cap for Spain but believes it will have to wait until after Euro 2008.
The 26-year-old has been an instant success at Ibrox since his summer arrival from Osasuna.
Cuellar remains out of the Spain picture and accepts that coach Luis Aragones is unlikely to select him for the summer finals in Austria and Switzerland.
But Cuellar believes his move to Rangers could trigger a call-up at some stage.
"I definitely think it is possible to get a chance for Spain but I know it will be difficult," said Cuellar.
"It's probably impossible to make it before Euro 2008 because I've never been involved at international level before. But it might be possible in the future.
"The Spanish press and public are taking more of an interest in what I'm doing now at Rangers than they did when I was playing with Osasuna."
VentureMeanwhile, Rangers have been offered the chance to become involved in a new motorsport venture involving leading football clubs from across Europe.
Milan, Borussia Dortmund, Galatasaray, PSV Eindhoven and Sevilla are among the clubs who have committed to entering cars in the Superleague Formula series which begins later this year.
Top clubs have already unveiled their car designs, and Rangers are interested in signing up for what could be a money-spinning competition.
A club spokesman told the Mail on Sunday: "We have been approached with a view to getting involved and it is under consideration.
"We are exploring the situation and we will take things from there."
The first race in the series takes place at Donington Park on 31st August, with further races scheduled for this year in Germany, Italy, Belgium, Portugal and Spain.