Elliot Daly could feature for England against Ireland this weekend after being retained in Eddie Jones' 25-man squad as his side go in search of successive Six Nations Grand Slams.
Daly made an early exit in England's last outing with Scotland after being on the receiving end of a tip-tackle from Fraser Brown at Twickenham.
The wing played no further part in the 61-21 win and was a doubt for the Ireland match due to concussion.
However, he has been named in the squad by Jones as he continues to "progress through his graduated return-to-play protocol".
Jones has kept faith with the squad that secured the Six Nations title against Scotland, with Tommy Taylor and Jonny May added to the 23-man matchday selection.
Victory for England in Dublin would see them become the first team to win back-to-back Grand Slams in the Six Nations era, and also overtake New Zealand with a record 19th straight victory.