Tomasz Kuszczak has once again been called up to the Polish national side for the forthcoming World Cup qualifier against England and friendly versus South Africa after his fine performances for the Albion.
The former Manchester United shot stopper has kept four clean sheets this season and has conceded the fewest goals in the Championship, leaving the 30-year-old delighted with his call-up.
He told seagulls.co.uk,"Although I haven't talked with the Poland coach about my Brighton form I am sure he knows what kind of form I am in, because he has got people watching our games, so I don't need to talk to him about how I'm playing.
"The way I have performed in the last couple of months is obviously the reason he called me up for the national team and I am delighted he called me straight into the squad this time but there is a lot of competition."
Defender Adam El-Abd, who has also played a key role in Albion's fine defensive displays, has also set off to join up with the Egyptian squad for games against DR Congo and Tunisia.
The 28-year-old was called up in September as well but was unable to add to his solitary cap as both friendlies were postponed due to safety reasons.
"We are playing the two games in Dubai so hopefully I can get some game time on this occasion.
"It is a different challenge, a different squad to be part of and a new but great experience - I am looking forward to it."
Owing to injury Craig Mackail-Smith and Andrew Crofts were both unavailable for consideration for Scotland and Wales call-ups respectively.