The former Independiente shot stopper has sent a not-so-subtle hint to 'El Diez'...Getafe 'keeper Oscar Ustari is hopeful that he can perform well enough for the Primera Division outfit to earn a call up to Diego Maradona's Argentina squad, as he told Marca that he wants to know what it's like to train under the football legend.
"I would like to know what it's like to have Maradona as a coach," Ustari mused.
"I believe that Getafe will get me into the national team. I want to be an international player as I was on previous occasions, but in order to do so I must work hard and keep to a high standard."
The 23-year-old, who was injured for much of last season, believes that this dream can be realised by performing for his club side. Los Azulones have a squad that can do great things, according to the Argentine.
"The important thing is to get used to winning. Sometimes a draw isn't a bad thing, we have to understand this. I must at least try to keep a clean sheet.
"[Firstly] we must find consistency. Then you can aim higher. We have to find that personality that is sometimes lacking, but we have to keep working."
Anthony Wright, Goal.com