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Brown has been out of action since June, when he picked up an ankle injury in Scotland’s opening tour match against Samoa in Durban.
The back rower, who has represented Scotland 58 times, believes consistent club form is the key to keeping his place in the international side and gathering form into the autumn internationals.
“Obviously, on a personal level, I want to keep on playing for Scotland, but all that starts from playing well for Saracens,” Brown told London24. “I just want to play well. I think as everyone at Saracens does.
“It’s a really long season and there are a lot of games and if we can have a strong pool of guys in the back row, we can mix and match, and you’ll get a bit of a rest every now and again. I think that’s got to be a good thing.”
Brown joined Saracens from Glasgow Warriors in 2010 and he helped them to the Premiership title in his first season south of the border.
But the arrival of Billy Vunipola from London Wasps, coupled with Jacques Burger’s return to full fitness, has presented Brown with stiff competition for places for the new campaign.
He added: “Billy has come in and he’s got something a little bit different to all of the other guys in the back row in that he’s massive, which is awesome.
“Jacques played a couple of games last year but he wasn’t quite ready and now I think he looks as if he’s back, so I think it’s great.
“We just want to play well and do our part, help the team to be successful and that is certainly the goal.”