By FOX Sports Staff
The striker became the second-highest Serie A goalscorer of all time when he scored against Parma and has earned plaudits aplenty in Italy.
Italy coach Cesare Prandelli also went on record stating that the Roma player would be good enough to feature for the national side on Monday.
Totti, however, wants to just focus on his club career for the present and has no plans to overturn his decision to retire from international football. The 36-year-old last played for the Azzurri in the 2006 World Cup and decided to end his international career in 2007.
"Compliments are always nice to receive and at this time I'm really getting a lot from coaches, colleagues and many people who live and work in football," he wrote on his official website.
"I want to thank everyone and Coach Prandelli too because his words are certainly an incentive to do well.
"Of course, as it should be, I now live 90 minutes at a time, game after game, I focus on the present and right now I'm thinking about the challenge of Palermo.
"I can't wait to again take to the field with my teammates to continue this positive streak of results. I feel full of enthusiasm."
The Roma veteran has scored 11 goals for the Giallorossi in the current campaign.