David Beckham has set his sights on a return to the England set-up after insisting he has not retired from international football.
The Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder has not played for his country since earning his 115th cap in the 3-0 victory over Belarus at Wembley in October 2009.
He was ruled out of the World Cup through injury and Fabio Capello later indicated that he would be looking to the future with a number of fresh faces.
Younger players have emerged and more than two years have now passed since Beckham's last England appearance, but he remains convinced that he will wear the Three Lions shirt again.
The 36-year-old has been in good form in the MLS this season and is ready to answer the call if England need him at any time.
"I'm playing well, I'm still fit and I haven't retired from international football," he said.
"I'm never going to say it's over for me with England.
"If there are players injured or out, if I'm ever needed, then of course I'm available.
"I'd love to play for England again and I believe I will."