Gloucester pair Gareth Delve and Nicky Robinson hope to force their way into the Wales squad with strong performances in the Guinness Premiership this season.
Fly-half Robinson and number eight Delve are determined to push their cases for selection in Warren Gatland’s squad despite based outside Wales.
Robinson, who signed from Cardiff Blues in the summer, told BBC Sport: “Wales' management said going to England won’t be a problem...as long as I’m playing well.”
Delve added: “I hope if I perform, I can challenge for Test selection.”
Robinson, 27, is vying with Stephen Jones, James Hook and Dan Biggar for the fly-half role in the Welsh side.
While the injury-plagued Delve faces competition from Andy Powell and national captain Ryan for the number eight role.
Robinson continued: “I spoke to Wales' management before I made my decision to sign for Gloucester and they said going to England won't be a problem.
“So as long as I'm playing well, I'll be in Wales contention. The whole point of me coming to Gloucester was to make me a better rugby player and a better person.
“I needed a move to freshen me up, I needed something new and this is a great opportunity at a great club.
“Hopefully I'll play consistently in a very competitive league then that will put me in the right kind of light with Wales' coaches. Selection is not down to me - all I can do is perform.”