Owen Farrell has enough experience to deal well with the ongoing Saracens salary cap scandal, according to his father and new Ireland coach Andy.

England captain Owen is one of a number of top-rated players for a Saracens side that will be relegated at the end of the English Premiership season due to breaching the league's salary cap regulations.

This afternoon the English and European champions have called for the disciplinary report into their salary cap breaches to be published in full.

Sarries booked a Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final date with Leinster in April courtesy of a late win over Racing 92 on Sunday and now all attention turns to the Six Nations for their England contingent.

"It’s difficult to explain because professional rugby players, they deal with a lot week to week," Andy Farrell told RTÉ Sport's Damien O'Meara when asked about the impact of the on-going situation on his son.

"People are always judging whether they are playing well or not well. This is a little bit similar to that, you know.

"There are things that you’ve got to deal with along your way within your career.

"He’s experienced enough to know how to channel himself in the right place.

"I suppose coming into a Six Nations camp is a bit of a bubble and a good distraction at this moment in time."

Speaking to media at the Guinness Six Nations launch, Owen said: "I don't think it will be difficult for me at all.

"We're excited to get into camp and get on with the rugby. 

"We'll be honest and up-front about it, but we'll come through it."