Glenn Johnson believes that he is at the right club as he looks to become the fourth Portsmouth player to represent England this season against France on Wednesday.
. Johnson cites the club's progress in The Premier League this season as being responsible for the lack of surprise at his call up. He said: "David James has proved before that you can play for Portsmouth and England - you don't have to play for one of the top four clubs.
"It shows how well we are doing that myself, David and Jermain are all in or around the England squad," he told the club's official website.
Johnson said: "This is the first time I've been playing regularly since I first signed for Chelsea. Going there was a good decision at the time but things change and I lost two years football as a result."