Chris Robshaw played in his third RBS 6 Nations earlier this year
Chris Robshaw admits thoughts of England are currently taking a backseat to his club duties as Harlequins prepare to meet Saracens in the Premiership semi-finals on Saturday.
Just over the horizon in June is a three-Test tour to New Zealand, as Stuart Lancaster's side look to build on a promising RBS 6 Nations earlier this year.
A last-ditch loss in England's opening game against France proved the difference as Ireland took their first crown in five years.
And while skipper Robshaw cannot wait to test himself against an All Blacks side that went unbeaten in 2013, he insists guiding Harlequins to a Premiership trophy first is at the forefront of his mind.
"At this moment we are at Quins and all our focus is here," Robshaw told The Telegraph. "When that is done all our attention will go to England and we will give it as much focus as we can.
"But at the moment we want to be lifting silverware with the club. We have a long way to go still, but that is where we want to be and as soon as that is done we will put our England hats on.
"We feel this tour has come at the right time for us. It is probably the most challenging place to go and test yourself but that's exactly what this groups of guys are looking forward to, testing ourselves against the best in their environment."
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