Celtic boss Neil Lennon sees no reason why Bhoys striker Gary Hooper should not be considered for England following another impressive campaign north of the border.
The 24-year-old netted all five goals in Celtic's victory over Hearts at Parkhead on Sunday, taking his tally for the season to 29 to finish as the Clydesdale Bank Premier League leading scorer.
Lennon feels despite the former Scunthorpe frontman perhaps being out of mind by plying his trade in the Scottish top flight, his consistency should give new England manager Roy Hodgson something to think about ahead of his squad announcement for Euro 2012 later on Wednesday.
"I would like to hope Roy would take him into consideration. If you look at his goalscoring record and his play in general, it has been very good," said Lennon, who was in London on Tuesday as Celtic donated £50,000 to sponsor a room in Paul's House, the CLIC Sargent Home from Home, near University College Hospital.
"Gary has scored in the Champions League, he has scored in the Europa League, he has a great goalscoring record against Rangers.
"If you look at his tally over the past three seasons, his goals return is fantastic.
"People will say he is playing in Scotland and it is easy - well it is not.
"You look at [Nikica] Jelavic. He has come down to Everton and he has lit the Premier League up, so there is no reason why Gary could not do that."
While Celtic can look forward to a Champions League qualifier at the start of next season, Glasgow rivals Rangers face an uncertain future following administration.
Lennon maintains Celtic's drive for success will not be diminished by events at Ibrox, but feels the Scottish game would be poorer without the direct great rivalry between the two clubs.
"Celtic v Rangers is a great selling point for the Scottish game," Lennon told Press Association Sport.
"If you look at the last two derbies, they were fantastic occasions, with the colour, the energy and the intensity of the games, just the all-round atmosphere.
"It is a great rivalry and it is important that it stays there."
Lennon added: "It will all depend how competitive Rangers are going to be [next season]. I don't know what the sanctions will be, if there are any, but we will cross that bridge when we come to it.
"But it will not change our outlook on what we are striving to do.
"We have a plan in place for next season and have identified three or four players whom we hope to bring in.
"We also need to trim the squad because it is a bit big at the moment."