McQueen, who was born and raised in Queensland, is eligible for England through his father who was born in London.
The 28-year old has played six State of Origin games for Queensland but not represented Australia.
“I have played Origin, won a grand final and won the World Club Challenge, but the only thing I haven’t done is play Test football,” McQueen told The Courier Mail.
“If I pledged my allegiance to England, it would rule me out of Queensland.
“That would be tough, but if Wayne gave me the opportunity, I couldn’t see myself saying no.”
McQueen was sounded out about playing for Enland three years ago under Steve McNamara.
“When I played for Queensland, Dad was right behind me, but if I pulled an England jersey on, my whole family would be proud.”