Huddersfield forward Tom Ince hopes head coach David Wagner can help him realise his dream of playing for England.
Wagner handed Ince a ticket back to the Premier League after underwhelming previous spells in the top flight with Crystal Palace and Hull.
Ince, a club record signing from Derby for a reported fee of just over £11 million in July, said: "Every English player always wants that dream.
"I represented England at various youth levels, and playing in the Premier League always gives you that window.
"First and foremost I'll concentrate on my club football, to try and produce and help this team win games, and anything off the back of that is a bonus.
"Of course I have a dream and ambition to represent my country, but I've got to produce on the pitch first."
Huddersfield hope to make it four games unbeaten in the Premier League when they travel to West Ham on Monday.
And Ince said he was enjoying the atmosphere at the Yorkshire club, adding: "I'm trying to take the ideas that the boss gives me and develop myself as a player. I know I've still got a lot to learn.
"I feel like now I'm 25, I've experienced a lot. I've taken a lot of hits along the road, but the way the manager works, he wants his forward players to show a work ethic to defend as well.
"But there's a long way to go yet, it's only the start of the Premier League season and that's all I concentrate on. We'll see what happens.
"There's always a reason and method behind it and I'm enjoying it, everyone is, and you can see that from the performances."