Chris Robshaw will accommodate with new England conduct manager Eddie Jones on Saturday night to plead his general future.
The 29-year-old Harlequins behind quarrel was England captain via a power of prior trainer Stuart Lancaster.
It will be a initial time a span have met after Jones pronounced a face-to-face assembly was a tip priority, shortly after his appointment on 20 November.
Jones watched Quins’ Premiership win over London Irish on Saturday.
It was a initial compare he had attended given replacing Lancaster dual weeks ago since of visa issues loitering a 55-year-old Australian’s arrival.
Jones was flanked by Rugby Football Union arch executive Ian Ritchie and was benefaction in a same executive box as Premiership Rugby supremo Mark McCafferty.
Jones was vicious of Robshaw during England’s new bad World Cup campaign, saying in a journal mainstay that “at general turn he only doesn’t have that indicate of difference”, describing him as “workmanlike” and a “six-and-a-half during best”.
But Quins executive of rugby Conor O’Shea insisted Robshaw’s general career was distant from over following Saturday’s 38-7 win.
“Chris is saying Eddie for a coffee during some theatre this evening,” O’Shea said.
“Chris was superb opposite Irish, like he was opposite Exeter. we can't pronounce some-more rarely of him and what he has finished for this club. There’s a lot left in him.”
He combined Robshaw was in “a high form position and will get criticism, though he deserves to be lauded for what he is rather than being pilloried since there are so many people in competition who aren’t correct purpose models”.
“Chris is a correct purpose indication and a good rugby player. Hopefully he showed that to Eddie out there.”