Rob Green hopes his good form for QPR can boost his chances of an England recall.
The former West Ham keeper has kept six-successive clean sheets and established himself as Harry Redknapp's number one after a nightmare debut season at Loftus Road.
Green has 12 caps for the Three Lions, but hasn't featured since the friendly win against Norway in May last year.
England chief Roy Hodgson picked Manchester City's Joe Hart, Fraser Forster of Celtic and Norwich City's John Ruddy as his three keepers for the recent World Cup qualifiers with Moldova and Ukraine.
However, 33-year-old Green hasn't given up hope of a seat on the plane to Brazil next summer.
He said: “I got injured in the warm-up for one World Cup having been selected, I’ve been to another World Cup, a European Championship. It’s the highlight of your career.
“But you look at Joe [Hart] who is playing Champions League football and is a Premier League winner.
“He is rightly playing every week and playing every game for England. You’ve also got Fraser Forster who’s doing well up in Scotland and Ben Foster who has done well with every club he has been at.
“By definition the guys who are above you are going to get picked before you, that’s out of my control.
“What I can do is do well at QPR, for the manager and fans. These things take care of themselves.”