Chelsea captain John Terry has admitted he has yet to speak to new England manager Fabio Capello - but the defender is still targeting a place in the Italian's first England squad.
Terry has been out since breaking three bones in his foot against Arsenal on December 16 and although there have been reports that his rehabilitation could keep him out for the rest of the season, the 27-year-old believes appearing in England's match with Switzerland on February 6 is still possible.
But there is uncertainty over whether Capello will retain Terry's services as national skipper and the centre-half concedes he has yet to meet his new coach.
'I haven't made contact and he hasn't made contact with myself,' he told Chelsea TV.
'It is still a small target to be fit for that game (against Switzerland) but I'm looking at getting coming back fit for Chelsea and see where we go from there.
'I've got rid of the crutches now. The bones have all healed. I'm doing rehab in the pool and lots of swimming, walking and light jogging and fingers crossed I'll be back in the two or three weeks.'