Joe Ledley has not ruled out the prospect of appearing in Wales' Carling Nations Cup matches against Scotland and Northern Ireland as he continues to make good progress in his return to fitness.
The Celtic midfielder will miss the rest of the domestic season, including the Scottish Cup final on 21st May, after aggravating a hamstring injury in the Old Firm clash against Rangers almost a fortnight ago.
The problem makes him a doubtful starter for the remaining games in the four-nation tournament in Dublin on 25th and 27th May but he has not yet ruled himself out.
"I don't know," said the former Cardiff player. "I'm going well at the moment.
"I spoke to [manager] Gary Speed the other day and he's put me in the squad.
Touch and go
"I'll have to wait and see, it's touch and go at the moment.
"I want to play every game for Wales and Celtic but I don't want to push myself and be injured for the start of next season.
"I'll have to be careful with what I do and see how the next three or four weeks go."
Ledley was involved as a substitute as Wales lost their opening Carling Nations match 3-0 to Republic of Ireland at the Aviva Stadium in February.
He then started in the 2-0 Euro 2012 qualifying defeat to England in March, a result which left new manager Speed still looking for his first win in charge.