Udinese striker Antonio di Natale insists he can still do a job for Italy.

Italy coach Cesare Prandelli admits he's overlooking the prolific striker due to his age.

"I don't think that you need to be a certain age to be part of the squad," said the 34-year-old attacker.

"I think scoring more than 60 goals in two seasons are enough to put yourself in the spotlight for selection.

"It's just up to the Coach to decide whether to pick me or not. In the meantime I am at his disposal," he added.

"For the moment I am just concentrating on Udinese, but I would be very happy to represent Italy again."