The attacking midfielder believes he could start in the final Group A game in midweek after recovering from the ankle injury that kept him out of Friday's encounter with Turkey
The Real Madrid star missed Friday's 3-1 away win over Turkey after injuring his Achilles tendon on club duty in La Liga, and was replaced by Mario Gotze.
However, with the Borussia Dortmund youngster expected to be rested in midweek, Ozil hopes to return to the starting line-up in Dusseldorf.
"I think I can play against Belgium. The medical department of the federation has given me specific treatment and the discomfort in my Achilles tendon has gone," the 22-year-old is reported as saying in Marca.
"I will take the decision together with the coach and practice on Monday and Tuesday, but I hope I will be [okay to play]."
Ozil also revealed that he wanted to play against Turkey, but coach Joachim Low decided that it was not worth taking the risk.
"Everyone who knows me knows I want to play every game, either for Madrid or the national side. In addition, Friday's game was very important for me," he added.
"I spoke in the morning with the coach and told him that despite the pain, I was willing to play. He told me that we had already qualified for the Euros and it wasn't worth the risk."
The former Werder Bremen player also spoke of his expectations for next summer's tournament, which will be held in Poland and Ukraine.
"Our aim is the title. We have to work 100 per cent in every game and be very focused if we want to make our dream come true," he concluded.
If Ozil is unable to feature against Belgium, either Marco Reus or Toni Kroos is likely to deputise.