England boss won't stand still
Having come through their summer tour of South Africa, England head coach Stuart Lancaster has urged his side to push on.
With autumn internationals against Fiji, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand to look forward to, England will be determined to get some results at Twickenham before the start of the 2013 Six Nations Championship. Having secured a draw against the Springboks on their summer tour, England will be looking to have a good autumn and Lancaster believes, with the players at his disposal, they will be able to push on for the Six Nations and, in the longer term, the World Cup on home soil in 2015. He said: "We've got a good group and we see the autumn internationals as a key staging point. "Coming back to the Loughborough camp, whilst it was only four weeks after the end of the tour (of South Africa), we were in good shape, good spirits, the players were cohesive in terms of a game plan and now it's time to kick on."