OUT-OF-CONTRACT centre Ben Te’o says he will “start planning” his future once England’s Six Nations campaign is out of the way.

The 32-year-old’s deal at Worcester Warriors expires at the end of the season but is focused on his international commitments as England prepare for their final two games of the championship.

Since arriving at Sixways from Leinster in the summer of 2016 Te’o has bagged seven tries in 29 appearances but his game-time for Warriors has been limited due to injuries and England duty.

Bath, Leicester Tigers and Sale Sharks were all linked with a move for Te’o last season but according to reports Top 14 sides Racing 92, Toulouse and Toulon are all chasing his signature.

On his future, Te’o said: “I said to myself that I’d come to the Six Nations and enjoy it, enjoy the experience, try to win it and after that I can focus on what happens.

“There are only two weeks left to go and then I can start planning.”

Te’o’s England colleague Manu Tuilagi has reportedly been offered a three-season deal worth in the region of £2.5million by Racing 92. Should Tuilagi leave Leicester Tigers for the French club he would be unavailable for England selection.

The British and Irish Lions centre has admitted being torn by the decision of turning his back on international rugby and the only club he has played for in order to accept the deal.

Te’o who played rugby league before switching codes in 2014 insisted finances were key to any decision.

“Manu has to do what’s best for him,” Te’o said.

“We’ve all got decisions to make in this game.

“You’ve got to secure your family. It’s a business, you know. It’s his decision - for him and his family. I don’t really have any advice for him, he has to make up his own mind and I’m sure he will.”

Te’o would have started the 32-20 victory over Ireland on February 2 but for a side strain and he has watched from the sidelines since due to Tuilagi taking his chance at inside centre.

“I wouldn’t say it’s frustrating because you have to come to terms with these things. I was happy to see the boys on fire in Dublin and really rip into France,” Te’o said.

“It’s unfortunate when you miss out but you have to think about the team and the squad.

“I was just so happy it went well and to see Manu back firing.”

Te’o will form a midfield partnership with Tuilagi for England’s match against Italy at Twickenham tomorrow (4.45pm).

ENGLAND: Daly; Cokanasiga, Tuilagi, Te’o, May; Farrell ©, Youngs; Genge, George, Sinckler, Launchbury, Kruis, Shields, Curry, Vunipola.

Replacements: Cowan-Dickie, Moon, Cole, Hughes, Wilson, Robson, Ford, Slade.