The midfielder believes he has been consistently good for the last few seasons and should be rewarded with a spot in Marc Wilmots' side
Radja Nainggolan says his form for Roma can help secure a deserved place in the Belgium squad for the World Cup.
The midfielder has played 16 times for Roma since joining from Cagliari on loan in January with a view to a permanent switch.
Nainggolan, who has already agreed a four-year contract with the Stadio Olimpico outfit should the arrangement be made permanent, is hopeful of going to Brazil.
The 25-year-old has become a regular in Rudi Garcia's side and he feels he deserves a spot in the Belgium squad which will play in the world's mores prestigious football tournament.
"I've been playing well for several years and I think I deserve a place with the national team," he told Radio Liegi.
"It was a rejuvenated [Roma] squad that just felt right at the time and here I have a better chance of being noticed.
"A player must be assessed for what he does on the field, and then it's up to the coach."