Bok coach expects Steyn improvement
South Africa boss Heyneke Meyer has vowed to coach fly-half Morne Steyn back to his best form after a difficult few months.
The Bulls playmaker burst onto the international scene in 2009, as he kicked the Springboks to glory against the British Lions and has since been his nation's first choice in the number 10 shirt. However, his position has regularly come into question in recent months, due to a combination of a massive dip in form and the emergence of the likes of Pat Lambie and Elton Jantjies. Meyer, who also coached Steyn with the Bulls, has vowed to stand by the 28-year-old and believes the best thing for his team is to try and coach the player back to form. "Obviously Morne [Steyn] hasn't played to his best and that is something we need to work on," Meyer said. "I have always been a coach that believes you fix something by coaching. "You can't pick a different player every week ... throw him out and get a new player. Morne is a quality player and who has proved himself in the past."