Ugo Monye believes a successful Churchill Cup for England Saxons could lead to another full cap for Martin Johnson's men.
The Harlequins wing bagged a try in both the Saxons' 64-10 win over the USA a fortnight ago, and their 34-12 win over Ireland A on Saturday.
Monye already had a taster of full test rugby when he came on as a sub in England's recent win over the Barbarians.
And he sees no reason why he cannot follow David Strettle in running the flanks at the Twickenham Stoop to those at Twickenham itself.
He said: "Ask anyone in these tour squads and they will believe they are not too far away from England selection, but there is a lot of rugby to be played first.
"It's important when you get nay chance in the white shirt of England that you make the most of it.
"It's a pressure situation where everyone is hoping to to perform to the best of their ability with only a few opportunities to make an impression.
"To have worked with Rob Andrew and Mike Ford for the Baa-Baas game was good, and hopefully they will have learned a bit more about me at the same time."
While Monye and Quins teammates Will Skinner, Tom Guest and Chris Robshaw were beating Ireland A, three other Quins were part of the full England squad being savaged by New Zealand.
Monye revealed he put in a trans-Pacific call from his Churchill Cup base in Canada to wish Strettle, Danny Care and Mike Brown all the best against the All Blacks.
And he fully agreed with injured Quins and England star Nick Easter, who last week told the Chronicle that their sudden glut of international players can only be good for the club.
Monye said: "I've been at Quins seven, years and it's great for the club to have a total of 10 players away this summer with international teams, including Mike Ross in the Ireland A team.
"In the past, we had England internationals like Jason Leonard, Dan Luger and Will Greenwood, but they were few and far between.
"The club has had a good couple of seasons in the Guinness Premiership, and the players are getting recognition on the back of that."
Monye and England Saxons will win the Churchill Cup for the third time in five years if they beat Scotland A on Saturday.