JOSE IZQUIERDO believes he has put himself in the frame for an international call.

But the Albion winger has told fans there is still more magic to come.

Izquierdo hopes stunning goals against West Ham and Stoke, plus lively approach work in the win over Swansea, have caught the eye back home in Colombia.

He wants to be a part of friendlies against Australia and France next month.

Colombia play at the Stade de France and then, on March 27, face Mathew Ryan and the Socceroos at Craven Cottage.

Izquierdo told The Argus: “We will see, it depends who the coach prefers.

“In this moment, I am in good form, the team is winning and we are in a good position.

“Maybe I have a chance if I keep in this form – giving assists and scoring great goals.

“And if the team is winning always you have more chance.

“There is still more to come – always there is still more!”

Izquierdo has identified Yimmi Chará of Colombian outfit Junior, Edwin Cardona at Boca Juniors and possibly Johan Mojica at Girona as potential rivals for the ultimate goal of a World Cup spot.

But he said: “There are also other players in Colombia. I don’t know the names.”

Izquierdo remained productive against Swansea by teeing up the second goal for Glenn Murray and playing a big part in the fourth, converted by Jurgen Locadia.

He said: “If I can’t score I like to help the team and the assist is a good way.

“Also try to create some danger, individual play, try to make one-twos, it’s the best way to try to help the team to score.

“When we start to play with fast passes, we know that we have Glenn in very good form and he will score.”