Gloucester hooker Davies, currently on tour with Wales in North America, said: "It's no suprise that the WRU want more contact with England. It would increase the standard of domestic play and help the regions develop and strengthen."
Blues prop Jenkins, currently with the Lions in New Zealand preparing for tomorrow's (SAT) tour opener against Bay Of Plenty, added: "English teams are strong and it would be a good challenge for the regions."
The Celtic League is currently in limbo after the Welsh regions announced plans to play in the Powergen Cup next season, leading their Scottish and Irish counterparts to expel them from the competition. But despite this, the clubs hope to settle their differencers with their Celtic neighbours and go ahead with the League as planned, while maintaining their efforts to play in the English Cup.
"We are commited to the Celtic League," said Ospreys chief Mike Cuddy. "The only thing I will say is that we're looking for to play in the best competition for the sake of our fans and players.
"We believe a fixture list has been drawn up for the Celtic League for next season which can fulfil that.
"We are commited to the Celtic League, with the Anglo-Welsh cup too," added Cuddy.
BY JONATHAN EVANS