Danny Cipriani insists he is ready to become a jack of all trades to force his way back into England's RBS 6 Nations squad.
The Wasps fly-half’s has not been able to force his way back into Martin Johnson’s squad and has instead being forced to accept a spot in the Saxons.
The 22-year-old has been sidelined for two months this season after suffering a hairline fibula fracture against Northampton on October 4.
And after alternating between fly-half and full-back since his return, Cipriani insists he’s willing to play anywhere for his country.
“I enjoyed playing 15 against Newcastle and then it was nice playing ten at Leicester recently and hopefully I can get some game time there now,” said Cipriani.
“After the injury I am just enjoying playing at the minute and making sure I get some game time on the field and have an influence on the match.
“It’s not difficult moving between those two different positions and I think it’s important that I do that in terms of my development as a player.
“It’s good to have another skill set when it comes to trying to play for England.
“Ultimately I’d play anywhere for England. I’d play in the front row if they asked me too.”