Wright-Phillips scored one and made one as the Three Lions came back from a goal down to win 3-1, in what was England's 500th international win.
He admitted to The Sun with a grin: "I was delighted with that. It was great to get out there and show what I can do.
"It's great playing in an England shirt, because playing for my country was always my dream. The World Cup is not far away and I would love to make the trip to South Africa with the squad.
"I don't think I did myself any harm at Wembley. But I don't look at it as if I have already booked my ticket as a result of the Egypt game.
"So I am taking nothing for granted. I know I just have to keep giving 110 per cent for Manchester City and for England and then hope I get the nod.
"If I do, I will be absolutely thrilled. It will be a real high point in my career."