England head coach Andy Robinson has announced a squad of 40 players invited to attend England training next week, in preparation for next month's three Investec Challenge internationals at Twickenham.
In selecting the squad, Robinson has chosen several younger players such as scrum half Harry Ellis and Louis Deacon of Leicester Tigers and James Simpson-Daniel of Gloucester who, he feels, are now ready to make their mark on the international game.
Two England newcomers have earned a call up to the 40 man squad.
24 year old Mark Cueto, the Sale Sharks wing is named, stepping up from previous performances with England Sevens and Churchill Cup tours.
So too is Hall Charlton, the scrum half from Newcastle Falcons, who has previously been selected for England A and who celebrated his 25th birthday on Monday.
But Robinson has also remained loyal to 19 of England's 2003 world champions.
Ben Kay and Will Greenwood, who missed out on England's southern hemisphere tour in June, are in the wider squad along with the likes of Danny Grewcock and Mike Tindall of Bath.
No one English Premiership club dominates selection to England's 40 man squad.
Indeed Gloucester, Sale Sharks and Leicester Tigers all have seven players each amongst England ranks.
Head coach Andy Robinson is convinced England is beginning its next era.
"We are clearly entering an exciting time with this group of players.
"There are some new and young faces deserving a place alongside our more established players.
"In selecting the squad, injuries have also been a factor but I am close to deciding my starting XV for our first game against Canada and look forward to getting the squad together next week to prepare for next month's internationals."
Several players were not available for selection due to injury. They are Richard Hill, Alex Sanderson and Dan Scarbrough (Saracens), Stuart Abbott and Simon Shaw (London Wasps), Tom Palmer and Phil Christophers (Leeds Tykes), David Flatman (Bath), Ollie Smith (Leicester Tigers) and Mike Worsley (NEC Harlequins). George Chuter (Leicester Tigers) is unavailable, serving a suspension until 1st December.
With the timing of Jonny Wilkinson's return from injury still unclear, Robinson has named four fly halves - Wilkinson (Newcastle Falcons), Charlie Hodgson (Sale Sharks), Alex King (London Wasps) and Olly Barkley (Bath).
England players to attend training ahead of autumn internationals:
I Balshaw (Leeds) O Barkley (Bath), S Borthwick (Bath), A Brown (Gloucester), B Cohen (Northampton) M Corry (Leicester), H Charlton (Newcastle), M Cueto (Sale), L Deacon (Leicester), H Ellis (Leicester), J Forrester (Gloucester), A Gomarsall (Gloucester), W Greenwood (Harlequins), D Grewcock (Bath), A Hazell (Gloucester), C Hodgson (Sale), C Jones (Sale), B Kay (Leicester), A King (Wasps), J Lewsey (Wasps), D Luger (Perpignan), L Moody (Leicester), J Noon (Newcastle), H Paul (Gloucester), M Regan (Leeds), J Robinson (Sale), G Rowntree (Leicester), A Sheridan (Sale), J Simpson-Daniel (Gloucester), M Stevens (Bath), S Thompson (Northampton), M Tindall (Bath), A Titterell (Sale), P Vickery (Gloucester), T Voyce (Wasps), H Vyvyan (Saracens), J White (Leicester), J Wilkinson (Newcastle), T Woodman (Sale), J Worsley (Wasps).