Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard will speak to England boss Roy Hodgson if his next career move takes him outside Europe.
Despite his sensational form for Chelsea, which includes netting his 200th goal for the Stamford Bridge outfit against West Ham on Sunday, there has still been no offer of a contract extension, leaving Lampard's future in doubt.
Major League Soccer has been mentioned as one possible destination for the 34-year-old, while lucrative contracts are also available in the oil-rich Gulf States, in addition to the Far East.
The midfielder insists it is not an issue he has given much thought to at present, but when he does, Lampard intends to consult Hodgson.
"Yes (England will be a big part of his decision). Whilst I am available for England I want to do my best to try and put myself in the squad," he said.
"If I am playing and in good enough form, I'd like to be included if we qualify for Brazil. That doesn't rule anything out. I've seen players get picked before playing all over the world.
"If there's ever a time, whenever it is, where there is an option of going outside Europe, I am sure Roy and I would have the conversation, whether it's before or during."