Bolton striker Kevin Davies says he does not see the chance of adding to his solitary England cap as a realistic target this season.
The Trotters' captain became the oldest England debutant since 1950 when he made a substitute appearance against Montenegro in October last year at the age of 33.
But of the possibility of winning a second cap, Davies told reporters: “It is not something I have thought about.
“For me, it is back to work for Bolton.
“If I get off to a decent start and score goals, you never know but I am not working hard to get into the England squad.
“I am working hard for Bolton Wanderers. I got a cap, which was great, and I hoped to get some more.
“I got a call after the France squad was announced in November explaining they wanted to look at other things.
“I argued back and said I didn't feel I had been given a chance, coming on for 20 minutes.
“It would have been nice to play in a friendly but that chance has not come around.”
England manager Fabio Capello appears to have settled on Darren Bent as his first-choice striker, with the likes of Andy Carroll providing more youthful alternatives to Davies.