England wing Ben Cohen has underlined his commitment to Premiership strugglers Northampton - even if the Saints are relegated this season.
Northampton go into Sunday's clash against Wasps two points adrift at the Premiership basement with just four league wins from 15 starts.
But, as the pressure mounts, 2003 RBS 6 Nations and World Cup winner Cohen is determined to give Saints' survival fight everything he can.
"It is not nice to see any club get relegated, especially ours," he said.
"But if we did go down, I would definitely go down too.
"I would want to bring the club back up. But until then, we will be doing our utmost to stay up."
Cohen and his England colleague, hooker Steve Thompson, return to Saints' starting line-up, as does Scotland prop Tom Smith, while three of Cohen's other international team-mates, Josh Lewsey, Matt Dawson and Joe Worsley will all start for opponents Wasps.
England flanker James Haskell insists he will be pushing as hard as possible to be back from a toe injury in time to make his case for a spot in Eddie Jones' side looking to defend their RBS 6 Nations title next year.