Gloucester fly-half Freddie Burns will be promoted to the EPS squad next week after impressing so far this season, according to reports.
Burns won a first England cap off the bench against New Zealand, coming into the matchday squad as an injury replacement for Toby Flood.
Having impressed on debut and continued his excellent run of form with Gloucester in both the Aviva Premiership and Challenge Cup, it means that Burns is now in contention for England's fly-half spot ahead of the Six Nations.
According to The Daily Mail, Burns promotion from the Saxons could come into the EPS squad possibly at the expense of Harlequins centre Jordan Turner-Hall.
Owen Farrell is expected to continue in the ten shirt after guiding England to the surprise victory over the All Blacks, with Burns battling it out with Flood for a spot amongst the replacements.