Northampton coach Paul Grayson happy with competition for places
Northampton coach Paul Grayson insists "most positions are up for grabs" ahead of the new Premiership season.
The club have revamped their squad over the past few months and are looking to improve on last season's fourth place.
"A lot of guys want to put their hand up for selection," Grayson told BBC Radio Northampton.
"We decided we were going to go hard from the beginning (of pre-season). All the players bought into that and worked their socks off."
Grayson's side, which ran in seven tries
in a 43-0 warm-up win over Leinster
on Saturday, have games against Moseley and Edinburgh to come this week before they kick-off the new season at Gloucester on 1 September.
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