The Swansea City striker netted the Swans goals at both Ipswich and West Brom which earned the side four points from two very tricky away fixtures.
And form like that has led to his manager believing he can add to his list of Scotland caps – the last coming against Georgia in a Euro 2008 qualifier.
Sousa said “If he’s doing well for this club he’ll get the chance to play international football again. First he has to do well at Swansea but if he’s playing every week and scoring goals then he has a great chance.
“There are many players in the Championship who are in the Scotland squad.
“I’d be very happy to see him play for Scotland.
“For a club manager it’s always nice to see your players involved with their national team.
“It shows you are doing your job well and it also gives the club recognition.
“I expect more from him. If he carries on improving he will be a big player in the Championship.”