George Kruis has admitted there is seemingly no end to Maro Itoje's talents after a stunning rise in the sport for the youngster.
Itoje has had a 2016 to remember so far having helped Saracens achieve a European and domestic double, while being part of the pack which helped England win their first Six Nations Grand Slam since 2003.
Sarries team-mate Kruis, who has also impressed alongside the 21-year-old, believes Itoje can continue to rise in the game and has no concerns if the lock is moved to the back-row by head coach Eddie Jones as injury cover for James Haskell in November.
He was quoted by Sky Sports, saying: "Maro has got the work rate and he's very physical. There's not much he doesn't have to be honest. If he wanted to play fly-half he probably could.
"He's a very talented player and if it benefits the team to have him there, then that's the right position for him.
"At Saracens he's played six a few times. Eddie obviously has a plan of what he wants and if it's right for the team, that will be the case."
England kick-off their autumn international campaign on November 12 when they welcome South Africa to Twickenham.