Elliot Daly is available for England’s NatWest 6 Nations clash with France on Saturday after completing his recovery from ankle and calf problems.
The British and Irish Lions wing could make his first appearance of the tournament when the team’s ailing title defence resumes in Paris having proved his fitness during a training session at Twickenham on Saturday.
“Elliot trained very well and is definitely in contention for selection. He’s a very good player,” head coach Eddie Jones said.
Jones also reiterated his decision to no longer use public transport having been verbally and physically abused over the two legs of his train journey from Edinburgh to London via Manchester on February 25.
“I don’t think so (will have more security in place),” Jones told Sky Sports News.
“That was probably just a unique situation after quite a big build up to the game when a number of Scottish people said things.
“They had a great result and coming back on the train, there were a lot of people who were happy and that happiness boiled over into a bit more. In that situation, I wouldn’t go on a train again.
“In all honesty, I just got on with it. It’s part of the job and in my job you either get abused, you get slapped on the back and told how good you are or you get advice.
“It is always one of those three coming at you. The abuse isn’t nice, so you have to keep away from that.
“I’ve had that, so maybe I have had it for a couple of weeks and won’t get it for a while now.
“I have never wanted anything to be made of it. I didn’t bring it forward, I was just happy that it was finished. All I am worried about is coaching well against France.”