Tom Burgess has revealed he and his brothers have already spoken with South Sydney about their desire to play in England's controversial mid-year Test against New Zealand in Denver.
NRL clubs appear set to be told to release their representative players for the June 23 Test, after a high-powered meeting of chief executives on the Gold Coast this week.
As many as 22 players plus reserves would likely head to the US for the match, which has been strongly supported by in recent months.
Both the New Zealand and English Rugby League claimed on Thursday the match was on track to go ahead after speaking at the meeting, while the Rugby League Players Association are understood to now be comfortable with the NZRL's medical processes surrounding the match.
The fixture is locked in for the stand-alone representative weekend between round 15 and 16, however time-zones and travel means players are unlikely to land until two days before an NRL match between St George Illawarra and Parramatta.
But Burgess said he and brothers Sam and George had already confirmed with the Rabbitohs and coach Anthony Seibold they planned to play in the clash if selected.
"We've had the chat and the club is fine with us going there if selected," Burgess told AAP.
"I think it's not going to affect us in the season, we've got the week off so it's just like playing any other game.
"England are very good, they've got good communication with all clubs. They'll send through the schedule and all that sort of stuff."
Sam and Tom Burgess would likely be Souths' only representatives in the clash, while George could be selected if England coach Wayne Bennett rewards his recent form.
The Dragons and Warriors are likely to have the most representatives, with a number of clubs most likely to have one or two players among the first-choice selections for both teams.
Realistically, there is a fear the fixture could be treated in a similar way to the now-defunct City-Country Origin by some clubs, which became a farce with the number of players ruled out by minor injuries in its later years.
Nonetheless, Burgess joined a chorus of stars such as James Graham and Gareth Widdop in voicing his support for the clash.
"Any chance you get to play for your country you want to play," Burgess said.
"We've been keen from the get-go since it's been mentioned, we've been driving it.
"We'll see how we go from here, Wayne will make his decision with the team."