The 25-year-old former Everton player has been in superb form this season and has helped Norwich into mid-table, defying the critics who had them labelled as pre-season relegation favourites.
Ruddy was in top form at the weekend as he recorded his first Premier League clean-sheet in their 0-0 draw with Chelsea.
Now with Ben Foster and Paul Robinson calling a premature time on their international careers, the door is seemingly open for places in England's Euro 2012 squad as back-up to number one Joe Hart.
"It is nice to be linked with England, but I know that only happens if I am playing well with Norwich. That is the main thing," he said.
"It would obviously be a great honour for me and my family to get in the squad.
"I have got my wedding in June, so we will see what happens. I guess I would have to ask the missus.
"I am sure I could get the day off and then maybe take her on holiday to Poland and Ukraine - kill two birds with one stone - but I am focused on Norwich."
Meanwhile Ruddy hopes to raise some more cash for Help The Heroes following his first clean sheet of the season.
He said: "My glove sponsors worked out at the start of the season to give me a £200 bonus for every clean sheet, which goes straight to Help The Heroes.
"I have got a military background in my family. My dad was in the army and my grandad was in the RAF, so were my uncles, and my cousin has just come out of the RAF.
"My best friend is in the army. He is going back out in March to Afghanistan so he is going to miss my stag-do in May, but I have told him he had better get time off for my wedding on June 2."