The 20-year-old has been tipped to add to his three caps and earn a place in Roy Hodgson's England squad after a breakthrough season under Roberto Martinez at Goodison Park
Barkley has dazzled on Merseyside this season, scoring a career-high six Premier League goals as Everton secured a top-five finish under the guidance of manager Roberto Martinez.
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"I hope he gets in," Oviedo is quoted as saying by the Daily Mirror. "He is working for that and we saw in the last game against Manchester City, he had a fantastic game.
"It would be good for him to go to the World Cup for the experience and because he is a very good player.
"To have a player like him is very good for England because sometimes you need a player who can come on and win games. I think Ross is a player like that.
"Maybe he can sit on the bench and then come on and score a goal to win the game. He can make a difference."
As for Oviedo, he is facing a race against time to be fit for the showpiece event after suffering a double fracture of his leg in Everton's FA Cup clash against Stevenage in January.
While the 24-year-old utility is back training, he will not risk his future by returning to the field ahead of schedule.
"I have to be honest with myself," Oviedo said. "Of course I want be in the World Cup. It’s one of the best experiences a footballer can have but I need to be honest for my career.
"I want to be ready for the World Cup but I don't want to go to and then come back to Everton and when I start to play have a lot of injuries. It's not worth it for me."