After picking up the man of the match award in Sundays draw against Hibs in front of Scotland boss Gordon Strachan, Scott Bain aims to keep impressing between the sticks and force himself back into the Scotland set up.
“It is hard when you want to be in Scotland squads and you are not,” he admitted.
“Personally, I don’t think my performances warranted a call-up.
“So for me it is a case of now playing well so that I can’t be ignored. I would like to be banging on the door again.
“I am still only 25 so there is time for me yet but it is always there in the back of my mind that I want to be involved. I feel I could be there and that I have the ability to be there.
“It is a case of playing well enough that they can’t really ignore you.
“The Scotland thing is always something that has been around for me since I have been here. I do want it to come again.”
Bain hasn’t been involved in the Scotland set-up since last year when the keeper was on the bench for games against Czech Republic and Denmark but has since found himself out of the picture.
Saturdays display was a return to form for the keeper.
Dundee fans have come to expect these types of displays from Bain and with the club facing some tough matches after the international break, they will be hoping that form continues and the club can move up the league.