"I am still thinking about England, without a doubt," he said. "I've never wanted to retire from England or anything like that, I want to play for as long as I can.
"I still believe I've got goals and stuff to offer for England and, if selected, I'm sure I'll do well."
Crouch also believes that his 22 goals in 42 England appearances is enough to put him in contention for a recall.
"My record stands up against anyone and if given the opportunities I believe I'll take them," he added.
The forward is likely to start for the Potters in their Premier League encounter with Swansea City on Sunday.