England coach Eddie Jones will be linking up with rugby league side Hull FC in an “advisory role” for two days.
The 61-year-old took over as head coach of the red rose team post the 2015 World Cup and had signed a contract extension with the Rugby Football Union until the 2023 World Cup last year.
He also had spent time with Warrington Wolves in 2019 while their head coach Steve Price joined the red rose team during their training ahead of the Autumn Nations Cup clash against France last year.
Jones also worked with Japanese side Suntory Sungoliath on a consultancy role recently
"The club were delighted to welcome @EnglandRugby head coach Eddie Jones to the Jacuzzi® Elite Performance Centre this morning! ??", the Hull FC confirmed on its social media account Twitter.
"At the invitation of Brett Hodgson, Jones will be spending time with the first-team squad over the next two days in an advisory role".
England will be facing USA and Canada in their summer series fixtures on 4th and 10th July respectively.