Jamie George cannot wait to pull on the Saracens jersey once again after 10 weeks away with England for the Six Nations.

George is one of six returning internationals to the matchday 23 as Sarries prepare to face London rivals Harlequins at the London Stadium.

Saracens then travel to Dublin to take on Leinster in the European Champions Cup quarter-finals eight days later and George is thrilled to be fully focussed on club duties.

He said: “It’s always a bit weird coming back but it’s great to come back into an environment like this; we’re very lucky to be coming back into such a positive environment.

“You can definitely tell they’re happy to see us and we’re happy to see them. It’s good, it’s exciting and we’ve obviously got a big run of games coming up so that’s something to really look forward to and get our teeth stuck into.

“I didn’t play as many minutes as perhaps a few of the other guys did during the Six Nations period so I don’t feel too fatigued.

“I’m just ready to get stuck back into it – I’m hungry for more.”

Brad Barritt believes there is added incentive for Saracens this weekend after losing 20-19 to their London rivals in December.

“Quins are a team we have a lot of respect for as a London rival club,” the inside centre said.

“They have fantastic players across their squad and we always know it’s going to be a tough fixture against them.

"There’s an added motivation having lost our away game earlier on in the season.”

Saracens welcome back Maro Itoje into the pack while Scotland and Wales backs Sean Maitland and Liam Williams are on the wings.

Richard Wigglesworth reclaims the number nine shirt with Alex Lozowski continuing at fly-half.

Other changes see Schalk Burger reinstated at openside flanker and Mako Vunipola selected on the bench.

Owen Farrell and George Kruis remain unavailable after picking up injuries on England duty.