It is a long held opinion that most England internationals come from the traditionally "big" clubs, but Brady believes that Sharks are set to become a real force, which will help the club's English players.
"It's a traditional viewed that the top six, the likes of Harlequins and Leicester, have all the England players," said Brady.
"I think Sale will be a top six club, so there's no reason we won't have plenty of England players in our team in the near future."
Brady's inclusion in the Saxons squad, alongside Rob Miller, came as a huge surprise to the winger.
The Urmston born academy graduate revealed how he got the news, saying: "I had three missed calls off Dimes, so I was really nervous because I thought I had got myself in trouble for something. When I did manage to get in touch with him he said congratulations and then put me in touch with the Saxons.
"There had been no indication at all that I was going to get a call up. When it did happen it was a pleasant surprise."
As well as Brady and Miller, Henry Thomas has also forced himself into the England fold, appearing twice for his country in the Six Nations so far. Brady spoke of his pride for his fellow players, as well as pointing out teammates who have been overlooked.
"We have all grown up through the academy together, so it was nice to enjoy each other's success in getting a call up. Everyone has really enjoyed seeing how well Henry Thomas is doing, as well as Rob Miller who joined up with the Saxons as well.
"It was strange not to see the likes of Tommy Taylor and several other players in the squad not get called up. There are definitely a lot of Sale players who will get international recognition as well."
Brady was also quick to praise fellow winger, and former England star, Mark Cueto for tips and advice, which have helped to improve the 23 year-olds game.
"I'm still learning a lot. Having Mark Cueto signing a new deal is great because I keep getting tips and advice off him, which helps me develop.
"We don't formally sit down and have a chat on how to become an international winger, it's just little bits and pieces on the training ground, like today he was talking to me about how I should be thinking defensively against Wasps."