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A series of injuries restricted the winger to just four appearances last season, which coincided perfectly with London Irish’s fall from grace – going from Premiership runners-up to not even qualifying for the this year’s Heineken Cup.
But Ojo’s return has brought life back into the Exiles backline with ten of the 13 tries scored by the side in the first four games coming from the backs.
And with just two of those coming from outside the trio of Armitage and Joseph, Ojo and co are setting their sights on usurping Ben Foden and Chris Ashton as the first choice club connection in the England back three.
He said: “It would be great if we could be the back three for England. Who knows? It could easily happen. We’re all young English players and we’re all playing well, so the situation could arise, you never know.
“I think it’s very important that players have a relationship from club level when going into the international set-up.
“You want to replicate the feeling of a club when you go into the international scene as much as you can, as it will only help on the pitch.
“If you speak to anyone in rugby, they’ll tell you that that bond on and off the pitch is what makes you successful.
“We’ve all started very well and things are looking good. Delon must be in with a shout of reclaiming his place for the autumn as he’s been playing brilliantly. He’s in the Elite squad and as long as he keeps up this form, I see no reason why he shouldn’t be selected.
“He’s playing with a smile on his face again which has helped him and everyone else in the team.
“And JJ’s a top talent, an England international in the making for sure. He’s also started the season in tremendous form and as a young lad there will be plenty more to come from him."