A consistent campaign for the Canaries has seen the 25-year-old come into contention, with England short on keeping options.
Manchester City shot-stopper Joe Hart remains the undisputed number one for club and country, but the Three Lions will take two reserves with them to Ukraine and Poland this summer.
Ruddy hopes he will be among those to receive a call from new national team coach Roy Hodgson, allowing him to cut his international teeth at a major tournament.
He has plenty to keep him occupied should no call arrive, but the former Everton keeper would be more than happy to shelve those plans.
"You don't know how much revamping is done under the new coach," Ruddy said after putting in another eye-catching display against Arsenal on Saturday.
"Maybe not so much now. Roy may stay with the tried and tested for the Euros and then mix it up for the World Cup qualifiers. But I played well at West Brom this season!
"If it happens I'll be over the moon but if it doesn't, I have a wedding to fall back on.
"I am getting married on 2nd June. In terms of a call-up, we would have to cross that bridge when we came to it. My missus is happy either way."