"I want to get myself back in a Scotland jersey and I've always said that," Boyd continued.
"It's a drive and determination to get myself back because there's nothing better than walking out at Hampden to represent your country in front of 50,000 fans.
Highlights - Kilmarnock 2-0 Hearts
"You're scoring goals and I've always said I want to get back into the Scotland set-up but I know myself that I'm maybe a couple of games short.
"It's okay doing it at Kilmarnock but I want to do so on a regular basis for nine or 10 weeks and then you know you're back to a level where you can put up a case to represent your country again.
"If the call comes I'll be more than delighted.
"But, as I said at the weekend, I don't want to (be called up) because of a few call offs or because it's a friendly; I want to be called up because I've earned it on merit by scoring goals week in week out.
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