Two Rotherham United players off on international duty
While most of his teammates have a two-week break from competitive action, the goalkeeper is away with the Sweden squad who are playing two matches in the next six days.
The Swedes have a home friendly with Moldova on Thursday before travelling to Belgium for a Euro 2024 qualifying clash with big guns Belgium on Monday.
Johansson headed to Sweden on Sunday, the day after his starring role in a 1-1 Championship draw at Southampton.
“There's no time to have a rest but I don't mind,” he said. “We train Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and then there's a game on Thursday. Then we fly to Belgium.”
The 25-year-old is living the dream, having received his fourth consecutive call-up by his country.
“I love every single minute of it,” he said. “When I was a kid I wanted to play football and to be in the national team. Now I just need to keep going.”
He has been on the bench so far and is hoping to oust first-choice Robin Olsen who is with Premier League Aston Villa.
The Swedes are in third place in qualifying Group F after five matches, behind leaders Belgium and Austria.
Also on international duty is Millers teenage attacker Ciaran McGuckin.
The 19-year-old, who has made three second-tier appearances off the bench this term, is part of the Northern Ireland Under-21 squad who have two Euro U-21 2025 qualifiers coming up.
They face Azerbaijan in Baku on Thursday and then line up at home to Serbia at Mourneview Park in Lurgan on Monday.