Netherlands striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar does not think he could do any more to persuade boss Bert van Marwijk he should be first choice.
The Schalke hitman struck 48 goals in all competitions last season but is still expected to start the European Championships as second choice behind Robin van Persie of Arsenal.
Speaking to Dutch paper De Telegraaf, Huntelaar said he will continue to give his all in training despite the imminent snub.
The top scorer for Holland in the qualifying campaign side: “I have so many questions right now, I can't do any better than last season, I always train hard and I have a positive attitude.
"There's a chance that you become despondent if you still don't get a chance. I don't know what I have to do to become Oranje's first-choice striker to be honest."
The prolific frontman is ready to take his chance if it comes and said he would be delighted to partner van Persie in attack.
Huntelaar added: "The annoying thing is that everybody's talking about me and Robin. The outside world seems to be think it's either Van Persie or Huntelaar.
"I'm not seeing it that way, though. I am only looking at myself, and I want to play."
More About Euro 2012
- Where do Sweden go after their poor performance at Euro 2012
- STV Sports Daily at the Euros: Our look back at the Euro 2012 final
- Italy manager urges Mario Balotelli to learn and grow from Euro final loss
- Vicente Del Bosque basks in 'extraordinary' Spain achievement
- Spain 4-0 Italy: Spain's dominance confirmed with rout of Italy
- Cesc Fabregas starts in strikerless Spain formation for Euro 2012 final
- Abate returns to Italy team for Euro 2012 final against Spain
- Bert van Marwijk names experienced squad ahead of European Championships
- European Championship 2012 preview: Netherlands