West Ham winger Matt Jarvis is looking ahead to finishing the season on a high and hopes that might get him back in the England fold.
The current campaign has been a mixed bag for the former Wolves man, who was signed for a record fee last summer but whose goal on Saturday was just his second of the season.
The 26-year-old stood out as West Ham ran out 2-0 winners over Wigan but said afterwards he is not focusing on trying to add to the one England cap he received in 2011.
“I can only do what I do on a Saturday for West Ham,” he said. “As long as I continue performing at a high standard consistently we will have to see what happens, but I’m just concentrating on making sure I play well for West Ham week in, week out.
“If I keep performing as I do hopefully they will be watching Andy (Carroll) and I can get in on the act as well.
“I think I’m playing as well and as consistently as I was and I keep playing well and creating chances and get a few goals myself.”
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