The 27-year-old has made an impressive start to the campaign for Ally McCoist's side and will look to help the Gers into the Ramsdens Cup final when they face Stenhousemuir this evening.
Bell has just one international cap to his credit thus far after he made a substitute appearance against the Faroe Islands in February 2010.
And, despite operating outwith Scotland's top tier, he is eager to force his way back into the national set-up under boss Gordon Strachan.
Bell said: "It always has been an ambition of mine to play for Scotland. I know Allan (McGregor) is injured for the next games in a couple of weeks time.
"It's something I'd love to be involved in, so it would be great if I could get a call-up for the friendlies with USA and Norway.
"Every time I go there I learn something working with the other good goalies.
"All I can do is play well for Rangers and that's what I'll try and do. I thought signing for Rangers would enhance my Scotland chances.
"Every other week I'm playing at Ibrox in front of 45,000.
"When I was in the SPL with Kilmarnock it was 5,000 most weeks.
"Here we play in stadiums which are tight with people right on top of you so, I'd say there is more pressure on me than there was when I was playing in the SPL.
"It's completely different and a hard one to judge.
"But I love playing for Rangers, I love the club, and feel coming here has brought me on as a player. Working with Jim Stewart has developed me as a goalie.
"I think I'm demanding different things of myself now. There is also more pressure on me here to keep clean sheets.
"Although people may say there isn't much action for me — and sometimes there isn't — I still need to organise my defence when it's like that because one goal can be crucial.
"We've worked hard as a back five to build up a good relationship.
"All I can do is play well for Rangers and hopefully that leads to a call-up to the national squad."