Cipriani could face England ahead of their southern hemisphere tour to Australia and New Zealand in June after he was included in the Barbarians' preliminary squad to face the 2003 world champions at Twickenham on 30 May.
"Brian spoke to me at the club and said he had been looking at my game and gave me feedback which is great," said Cipriani.
"Playing for England is what drives me and it has been difficult because I have not been doing that.
"I need to find ways to solve the puzzle. For me, it is going out there to learn from Rod Macqueen. He is a coach of Sir Clive Woodward's calibre.
Dallaglio hopes to see Cipriani back at Wasps
"I can understand that (perception) but I believe the best way to solve the puzzle is to go to the Melbourne Rebels.
"It will be out of my comfort zone. I will be with players like Stirling Mortlock who is someone I can learn from.
"I am going out there to improve myself as a player and get to the level I want to get to.
"It is a chance for me to hone my skills and hopefully I will come back more of a rounded player and still have 10 years of rugby ahead of me."
Cipriani will play his last home game at Adams Park on Saturday when Wasps take on Cardiff Blues in the Amlin Challenge Cup semi-final..
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