Julian Speroni has stated that Argentina manager Alejandro Sabella is aware of his performances in the Premier League this season.
The Crystal Palace goalkeeper has been in good form for the Eagles, keeping eight clean sheets in the process.
Speroni has been at Palace for 10 years and is uncapped at international level for the Albiceleste, but feels he may have a shot at going to the World Cup in Brazil this summer.
"I have been told that the coach has been watching some of my games on DVD, which is very pleasing to hear," he was quoted by Sky Sports
"I've just got to keep doing what I've been doing for Palace and hopefully I will earn a call-up to the squad for the friendly next month."
The Argentine admitted that he feels good within himself and his performances, and that playing for his country would be huge for him, remembering his experiences at youth level.
"I feel like I am playing well in the Premier League. Representing my country would be amazing, I played in the Under-20 team under Jose Pekerman that had Esteban Cambiasso and Pablo Aimar."
Palace sit 15th, two points above the drop zone, but things look far better for the Selhurst-outfit since Tony Pulis' arrival and Speroni knows he must keep his form up for the Eagles to have any chance of keeping his side up and his World Cup dream alive.
"I have to keep taking it a game at a time with Palace and concentrate on what has served me well this season - that is the most important thing, then hopefully the other things will take care of themselves."
Crystal Palace, who beat struggling West Brom on Saturday thanks to goals from new boys Tom Ince and Joe Ledley, return to Premier League action on Wednesday night with a trip to face Roberto Martinez's Everton at Goodison Park.
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