The big striker is on a hot scoring streak with four goals in his last four games.
Gareth Southgate is preparing to name his squad for clashes with Germany and Lithuania at the end of next month.
Carroll hasn't played for his country since October 2012 and has been constantly hampered by injuries.
He doesn't train as much as his club-mates because of that and is getting treatment for a groin injury so he can carry on at home to West Brom on Saturday.
Seeing a star player break down while on international duty is every Premier League manager's worst nightmare but Bilic made it clear he wouldn't try to stand in Carroll's way should Southgate come calling.
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Andy Carroll has been in fine form for West Ham recently
Slaven Bilic insists he would be happy if Andy Carroll earned an England recall
He said: "It is always good for us and the player to win a cap because that is the biggest proof he is in a good form and especially when it is happening to mature players like Andy, he will take that only as another boost of confidence."
Serious knee injuries have set Carroll back since he netted for England against Sweden in the Euro 2012 finals.
But Bilic insisted the player's training regime was nothing like Ledley King's when the Tottenham defender could only play and recover towards the end of his career.
He said: "To be fair, this is the only week he didn’t train with us since he came back from injury that ruled him out for a long time.
"He trained basically 80-90 per cent of the sessions of the time he trained with us and for me that is the key. Of course, you have to find a balance for every player, especially for him with a history of injuries.
Andy Carroll has not played for England since October 2012
"But you are walking on eggs and you are letting the player play only games. There are some examples of players who didn’t train at all for a couple years and played every game brilliantly, like Ledley King. But they are one-offs and they were forced not to train. I’m sure Ledley King would rather train than not."
Bilic will take his players to Dubai after the Albion game but insisted it would be no holiday.
He said: "We’re going to train more in Dubai than we would train here – that is definitely the case. It is not a question of where you are going, but what you do there. We’re going to train differently."
Aaron Cresswell (hamstring) and Cheikhou Kouyate (dead leg) have also missed training sessions in a bid to be fit to face the Baggies.