Catalans Dragons coach Laurent Frayssinous insisted that after yet another impressive performance for his new club, the England selectors should have an eye on the form of the scrum-half.
Myler again caught the eye during the Dragons’ latest win in England, this one a 40-0 thumping of Hull Kingston Rovers which moved them up to second before the rest of this weekend’s fixtures.
And Frayssinous picked out Myler for praise after he again excelled despite playing alongside another different partner in the halves, this time French international Thomas Bosc.
“Richie has been impressive for us since Round One,” he said.
“I hope that a few English selectors will start to notice that.
“He’s played with Toddy (Carney) and Thomas and he’s doing brilliantly. Defensively he’s been superb and offensively he’s getting better each and every week.”
And after winning their fourth game in a row in England – the first time they have done that for five years – Frayssinous says he’s delighted his side have found their form on the road.
“It’s very pleasing to travel back to France after a win,” he said. “We will have smiles on our face rather than kicking stones.”