The former Manchester City player was not particularly happy with his own performance, but hopes that he did enough to impress the watching England manager.
"I could have done better, some of my passes were a bit sloppy, but I'm never going to not want to play for my country," he told the Fulham Chronicle.
"If I do well I hope to get into the team.
"You have to focus, [being left out] happened to me at Chelsea as well. Even if you're hurting inside you can't show it."
The 29-year-old joined QPR last month from City.