Danny Cipriani will report for England duty on Monday evening with World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio underlining the Wasps youngster's "dedication" to rugby.
The 20-year-old was axed from England’s Calcutta Cup clash against Scotland after being pictured leaving a London night-spot after midnight last Thursday morning.
Having originally selected him at full-back for a first Test start, England head coach Brian Ashton promptly left Cipriani at home and recalled Iain Balshaw.
England’s miserable 15-9 defeat at Murrayfield has increased the prospect of Cipriani featuring against Twickenham visitors Ireland next weekend when the World Cup finalists wind up another poor RBS 6 Nations campaign.
It could be in the fly-half shirt though, if Ashton decides world record Test points scorer Jonny Wilkinson’s form does not warrant him retaining a place.
Cipriani made a 20-minute substitute’s appearance as Wasps defeated Premiership opponents Harlequins 29-25 on Sunday, and he will now head to the west country as part of England’s expanded training squad.
Wasps skipper Dallaglio said: “Danny is very serious about his rugby.
“That’s why he pays for his own fitness coach, sprint coach and kicking coach. That shows the dedication he has got.
“We have no issues with Danny, and we can move on from that story and so can Danny.
“England need all their best players at the moment - clearly.”
Wasps rugby director Ian McGeechan praised Cipriani’s approach over the difficult past few days, adding: “He has actually handled it very well.
“He wanted to just show that when he has his rugby kit on he has got a lot to offer.
“There are ways of dealing with things, and we feel it could probably have been dealt with more sensitively.
“To take effectively his first cap away is a big call.
“We are not condoning anything, but we think it could have been handled differently.”
Wilkinson and Lesley Vainikolo could be the high-profile casualties from England’s Murrayfield horror show.
Wilkinson, England’s 2003 World Cup final matchwinner, has never been dropped by his country during a 69-cap international career.
But so poor was his general play against Scotland that Ashton needs to assess the exciting alternative of Cipriani, while Charlie Hodgson, a replacement against Scotland, will also be in the selection mix.
Should England lose to Ireland, they will be left reeling from three Six Nations defeats this term. Their next Test is then against the All Blacks in Auckland.
Ashton said: “I think there will be a massive determination to put it back on the road against Ireland. We certainly won’t be looking at it as an experimental side, that’s for sure.
“We have to get it out of our system and get it right for next week.
“Sometimes, in situations like this, you don’t have to say anything at all. The rebound effect almost becomes automatic.
“We just had a bad day. We were outplayed - it happens some times.”