Narraway won his first cap in the Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens before Christmas, going on to be selected for South Africa a week later, and then Wellington and Los Angeles in February.
Commitments at Gloucester led to him being unavailable for the Commonwealth Games in March and the subsequent Hong Kong and Singapore Sevens in April. But Narraway says he is thrilled to be back within the squad ahead of the Emirates Airline London Sevens at Twickenham this weekend: "It feels great to be back with the squad after what feels like so long.
"I was gutted to not be able to play in the Commonwealth Games although it was a great opportunity to get some game time with Gloucester. Everyone is really fired up to win London and on a personal note it would be amazing to finish the season as I started with a tournament win."
With sevens being so physically demanding in terms of fitness, Narraway admits he 'had been doing some extra fitness work so I am up to scratch.' Despite not playing sevens since February, he says, "training has gone well this week and I hope to have done enough to earn final selection."
His impressive form all season has helped him earn selection for the England Saxons, and he will fly straight to Toronto (along with Richard Haughton of Saracens) on Monday morning for the Churchill Cup.
"I am really looking forward to the opportunity of playing for England out in Canada. Obviously coming in a week later than the rest of the squad will mean I have to be on the ball straight away and quickly learn the line-out calls and stuff but I am really looking forward to it.
"We are due to fly early on Monday morning so if England do win the sevens this weekend, it could be a difficult flight!"
But before he boards the plane to Toronto, he has a home win at Twickenham on his mind. "I have been fortunate enough to play a couple of times at Twickenham and it is always a fantastic experience. I have some old school friends who are going to be there to cheer us on so I am looking forward to it."