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The 32-year-old winger initially put his England career on hold in 2007 after ruling himself out of the World Cup and summer tour to care for his pregnant wife Abbie.
Cohen’s decision to swap Brive for Sale last year initially rekindled his international ambitions, but after failing to impress in a struggling side Martin Johnson looked elsewhere.
And with the likes of Chris Ashton establishing himself on the international stage, Cohen admits he is no longer desperate for an England return.
“I don’t still target an England place,” said Cohen, speaking at an event hosted by Greene King IPA, the Official Beer of Sale Sharks. “No, I did do last year but my focus has probably changed a little bit.
“I don’t want to be away from my family so much. The time that I’m away playing for Sale is enough for me.
“I don’t want to be away for weeks on end, I’m a family man and my family are coming first.
“I’d never retire from international rugby, if I was 105 I’d still want to play for my country but I don’t speak to Martin Johnson and there are wingers out there who are getting a lot more ball than I am and scoring tries.
“I’ve got a good feeling about England in the next World Cup, I think they’ll do quite well.”