Vince has held discussions together with England selector Ed Smith and ruler Joe Root to find out how he can reclaim a place at the team , using an Ashes series starting on 1 August.
“The feedback that I have is the higher up the arrangement you bat, the better,” that the 28-year-old told BBC Radio Solent.
“They are more inclined to go down people the order instead of up.”
‘Three to five mill is not a Huge leap’
Despite 100 in the first Test against Sri Lanka, Keaton Jennings’ fights for the rest of the wintertime have made him exposed to the trip of Australia. Fellow opener Rory Burns also didn’t locate any consequences on tour.
“I figure with how the winter moved , it probably looks from afar that towards the top of the arrangement is where distances could open ,” Vince told BBC Radio Solent’s Hampshire buffs forum.
“I really actually don’t think just opening the batting goes to make a difference, but opening and doing this well will.
“Opening for Hampshire isn’t a decision based purely in my prospective and also seeking to get back into the England side. Jimmy Adams retired last season and we’ve lost a seasoned opener.
“Moving in number three to starting is not a gigantic jump. It may well become much more of an emotional thing and that I think we have a lot of individuals at Hampshire who are still comfortable in the middle order”
Hampshire firstteam director Adrian Birrell is backing Vince’s move.
“My job here is to compete for trophies and produce England players.
“We want to provide our players the very best possible chance to play for England, therefore that he places the numbers onto the plank, he’s got every chance.”
Hampshire see Oxford MCCU to get a match starting on Sunday, before becoming their County Championship effort under way against Essex on 5 April.