ENGLAND'S ex-Warriors hooker Jack Singleton will play his rugby with Gloucester next season after signing on a loan for the 2020-21 campaign from Saracens.

The 23-year-old became the latest player to leave the reigning Premiership champions as they prepare for life in the Championship after being relegated due to their breaches of the salary cap.

Singleton made 31 appearances for Warriors and won the club’s young player of the season award in the 2016-17 season.

He was called up for England’s match with Barbarians in the summer of 2017 where he featured in a 28-14 victory at Twickenham.

Singleton was again named in England’s squad for their tour of Argentina in June that year but despite being named on the bench for the two Tests in South America didn’t get on for his first international cap.

He signed his first-team contract ahead of the 2017-18 season and featured in all but one of Warriors’ 22 Premiership games.

Singleton earned his first senior England cap against Wales shortly after agreeing his return to Sarries last summer where he has gone on to play 14 times and score two tries.

He is the third Sarries player to agree a temporary switch away from the already-relegated Premiership and European champions in 2020-21.

Ben Earl and Max Malins both confirmed loan moves to Bristol next season last weekend.