England could face New Zealand this year after all - if the RFU succeed with a dramatic bid to engineer a fixture between the world's top two at Twickenham on November 4.
Ireland may have brought an end to their remarkable and record-breaking 18-game winning-streak in Chicago last November, but New Zealand remain seated atop the world rankings.
England have not played the All Blacks during their golden run under coach Eddie Jones and are not officially scheduled to meet until late next year.
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The All Blacks have a hectic year including hosting the British and Irish Lions, but have been keen on a fourth match on their end of year tour north.
Premiership Rugby said on Wednesday they had yet to be consulted regarding the fixture.
Yet any Test, falling outside of World Rugby's global window, will require the RFU to negotiate the release of their players from the UK Aviva Premiership.
The current Six Nations champions, who will attempt to win the Grand Slam this weekend against Ireland, are not due to meet the All Blacks until the autumn worldwide series in 2018.
NZRFU chief executive Steve Tew and Ian Ritchie, his opposite number at the RFU, have discussed a possible match in November but those talks are at an early stage and the financial aspect of the game everyone in rugby wants to see will need to be thrashed out as a matter of urgency.
"If the All Blacks want to turn up to the Aviva Stadium on Saturday and want to play us after Ireland, then we'll consider it", Jones quipped.
Jones replied by expressing his wariness of Hansen's approval, noting that compliments from an All Blacks coach are akin to fairytale predator the Big Bad Wolf stalking Little Red Riding Hood.
"I hope the experience gives rugby fans and novices alike an insight in to the way we train and the amount of hard work that is involved in being an global rugby player". "I hope the experience gives rugby fans and novices alike an insight in to the way we train and the amount of hard work that is involved in being an worldwide rugby player". He said: 'People are desperate for England and the All Blacks to play.