Gary Cahill has not heard from Gareth Southgate ahead of his England squad announcement but believes he has shown he is back to his best for Chelsea.
The defender, 32, has endured a difficult season after finding himself in and out of the teams for club and country and it left his World Cup spot in jeopardy.
Asked if he had heard anything from England on Tuesday, Cahill said: ‘No, nothing. I take it in my stride. What will be will be.
Gary Cahill insists that he has recaptured his best form at club level for Chelsea
‘I’m not going to be sitting up every night this week worrying about this (FA) Cup final on Saturday. The same with England. I’ll wake up on Wednesday and see if I’m in.
‘If I’m in, I’ll go and give everything I’ve got. If I’m not in, I’ll go away with my family and reflect and rest. They’ll make the decision they want to make.
‘I couldn’t do anything when I was out of the (Chelsea) team.
‘When I was back in the team and got back to the levels I’m ready to perform at, when I got back in I was doing it time and time again.
Cahill has been capped by England on 58 occasions but isn’t guaranteed to be in the squad
GARY CAHILL’S INTERNATIONAL APPEARANCES BY YEAR
2010 – 1
2011 – 6
2012 – 5
2013 – 9
2014 – 12
2015 – 7
2016 – 12
2017 – 6
2018 – 0
‘My CV’s there. It’s just whether they want to use that or go that way or not. That’s not my decision.
‘I’ve just got to perform as best I can, which I’ve tried to do in the last five, six weeks, to put myself back in the frame. If it’s good enough, it’s good enough… if it’s not, it’s not.’
Cahill, who boasts 58 caps, thinks it is only a matter of time before the Three Lions are successful at a tournament.
‘It’s more experienced than it was two years ago,’ he said. ‘We’ve got a few lads now that have won a title, a few lads gearing up for the Champions League final.
‘It’s gained experience from two years ago. If that will be enough or not, I’m not sure. Sooner or later a tournament will be successful. You just want to be a part of that time when it is successful.’