Jetting off for a four-Test tour of India this month, the Australians follow that effort up with back-to-back Ashes series home and away, before a three-Test tour of South Africa early next year.
Siddle said: "There's a lot of cricket to be played and I want to get us back to number one and I think for me personally I want to play a lot of Test cricket. I want to try and play as many of those Test matches as I can, if not all of them."
The Victorian enjoyed a good Australian summer in the five-day format, claiming nine wickets in two Tests against South Africa and backing that up with 15 in the three-match series with Sri Lanka.
He had to be rested for the third Test against South Africa in Perth after a Herculean effort in the second match in Adelaide, where he almost bowled Australia to victory on the final day.
While stopping short of declaring himself a Test-only player, Siddle said his primary focus for the year ahead was helping his country get back to the top in the long form of the game.
"I want to play every Test match I can, obviously barring the little injury and niggle I had going into Perth, I would have played all six Tests this summer," Siddle said. "I'm not saying I'll never play one-day cricket again. With the schedule we've got coming up, we've got 17 Test matches from now until pretty much this time next year."
Siddle said a short break after the Sri Lanka series had him primed for the rigours awaiting in 2013 and 2014.
"I had a week off after the Sydney Test and went about sort of freshening up the body and getting everything back to 100% and feeling good," he said.
"I've got a lot of strength back through weights and I've been able to get in a lot of running and plenty of bowling in the nets. The body's feeling great."