Charlie Austin is hoping for the perfect end for his season as he awaits a phone call from England manager Roy Hodgson.
The QPR striker, who has 17 goals for the season, is yet to win an international cap, but with Harry Kane in the England U21s squad it is expected the Tottenham striker will miss the June friendly with the Republic of Ireland and Euro 2016 qualifier in Slovenia leaving a space free for a striker.
Going on Premier League goals scored this season, Austin should, theoretically, be in line for a call up when the squad is announced on Thursday lunchtime, but he is not taking anything for granted.
He said: “If I get called up I'll be delighted but I've just got to try and finish the season well and who knows what'd happen this summer.
“Of course it would (be a perfect end to my season), if you asked anyone it'd be the perfect end to a season.
“But I've not been called up yet and I've not had the heads up but I'm here to say I'd trade goals for us to be in the Premier League.”
Austin always believed he had the ability to shine in the top flight, if given the chance, and the striker, who on both supporters and players' player of the season has certainly been a beacon of light in the depths of QPR's relegation woes.
He added: "I knew if I got a chance in the Premier League, I was confident enough to believe I'd have a chance to prove myself in a bid to stay here. I fell short. I've not scored enough goals to help QPR stay in the Premier League."