Luis Boa Morte has been called into the Portugal squad for a training camp ahead of next month's FIFA 2010 World Cup qualifier against Albania and friendly with Estonia.
The 31-year-old has been in good form for West Ham United in recent weeks, starting the club's last seven Barclays Premier League matches.
Boa Morte earned the last of his 26 full international caps in Portugal's 2-1 FIFA 2006 World Cup Group D victory over Mexico in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, on 21 June 2006.
The whole-hearted winger, who made his Portugal debut against France in April 2001, is one of ten English-based players named by national team coach Carlos Queiroz.
The 47-strong squad will meet for two days at the end of the season ahead of Portugal's crucial Group 1 qualifiers. The Portuguese, who finished fourth in 2006, sit third in their qualifying group, seven points behind joint leaders Denmark and Hungary, but with a game in hand on the former.
Quieroz's squad travel to Tirana to face Albania on Saturday 6 June before flying to Tallinn to take on Estonia in a friendly international on Wednesday 10 June.