Croydon’s England rugby star Elliot Daly says he is keen to feature in England's Six Nations Championship squad for next year, writes Ziad Chaudry.

The 25-year-old wing scored two tries to help the hosts to a pretty convincing 48-14 victory over Samoa at Twickenham Stadium last Saturday.

The former pupil at Cumnor House School and Whitgift School played an essential part of England’s successful three-match winning Autumn Series campaign, also beating Argentina and Australia.

“I just want to be involved in the England squad,” said Daly. “Whatever position that is I just want to be involved.

“The good thing about England at the moment is that we all want to get better especially as a squad.”

And Daly, who plays his club rugby for Coventry-based Wasps, admits he was surprised by the success he has had playing in the wing for The Red Rose.

“Eddie Jones (England coach) gave me great confidence when I first went there against Fiji and just said play as a centre and just defend the wing so that’s exactly what I did.”

“We have to reflect on these three games on what we can do better as a squad and then bring them to the Six Nations.”

“We want to put performances out week in week out, we want to be the best team in the world, that’s what we want to do. I think we just let Samoa into the game too much on reflection but in the back end of the second half we showed when we’re on the front foot what damage we can do.”