Taylor has fallen down the pecking order in Test cricket since making two appearances in the summer of 2012, but he believes that a successful tour of Sri Lanka with the England Lions during the winter has boosted his chances of earning a recall.
Following a disappointing few months for England, the 24-year-old has told Sports Mole how an eye-catching double hundred against Sri Lanka 'A' in February has given him a boost ahead of the international summer.
"It's always nice to score runs anywhere, but to score them for the Lions - especially with places up for grabs in the Test team - was great. It's important that you do anything you can do and I think that I've done that again this year with those runs in the winter," Taylor revealed.
The former Leicestershire batsman has made just two appearances in one-day internationals, but he believes that his form in limited-overs cricket in recent seasons has proven that he can achieve success at international level.
"I don't want to be forgotten in any format. I'm confident that I can do a job in any format, and I believe that I have proven that over the years," he added.
"I'm definitely a lot better than I was a couple of years ago when I was playing international cricket. So, I'm just keeping my fingers crossed that I get another go."
Taylor was speaking to Sports Mole at the launch of this season's Natwest T20 Blast competition.