Danny Cipriani has revealed that he is in talks with Gloucester over extending his stay at the club, the BBC report.
The 31-year-old, who made the move to Kingsholm from fellow Premiership side Wasps last summer, has been in impressive form for Gloucester this season.
The fly-half has helped the Cherry and Whites to fourth in the Premiership, however, the England international recently suffered a chest injury which may reduce his chances of turning out for Eddie Jones’ side in the Six Nations this year.
Despite this, Cipriani, talking to Sky Sports, revealed that he is in talks with the club over extending his deal over the next couple of years.
I’m chatting with Gloucester now. We’re in talks about the next couple of years.
I’m really enjoying my time here so it’s definitely something I’m looking at.
Cipriani then went on to address his current injury situation, claiming he is ahead of schedule, but wouldn’t set any date for a return to the field.
It’s going really well. It looks like we’re ahead of schedule but we’re not quite sure when [I’ll be back].
The former Sale fly-half was recalled to the international set-up under Jones last summer, however, Cipriani hasn’t featured for England since they beat South Africa 25-10 in the final match of their three-Test series in June.