Valon Behrami is looking forward to returning to international action in midweek - but insists his priority is on keeping West Ham United in the Barclays Premier League.
The Switzerland international is set to be involved in Wednesday's home friendly with fellow 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers Uruguay. If selected, the fixture will mark Behrami's 26th cap for his country since making his debut in a 1-1 2006 World Cup qualifier draw with France on 8 October 2005.
However, the 24-year-old will be keeping his focus on Saturday's vital league visit of Bolton Wanderers to the Boleyn Ground, which comes after the 2-0 and 3-0 successes in the last two home matches against Birmingham City and Hull City respectively.
"This is a game like the Hull one, against a team on the same level and they are a physical team. We need to win as we are at home and keep playing like we played against Birmingham and Hull. This is a very, very important game."
Behrami is the subject of the main interview in the official matchday programme for Saturday's match. The midfielder talks candidly about his childhood, which saw him move from Kosovo to Switzerland at the age of five, his closness to his family, the forthcoming World Cup finals and enjoying life in London at West Ham United.