Haskell highlights England's attack
England back-rower James Haskell has urged his side to improve their attacking play following the summer tour of South Africa.
The RBS 6 Nations runners-up lost the series 2-0 but did manage to draw the third and final Test 14-14 in Port Elizabeth on Saturday, with a gutsy performance against the Springboks.
Haskell believes England can take plenty away from the summer tour but was adamant the team must work on their attacking play if they are to improve further under head coach Stuart Lancaster.
He said: "To draw or win against a southern hemisphere side is pretty special, especially on their own turf.
"Moving towards the autumn internationals, hopefully this has been a big step, but I think we have got to be a bit more creative in attack. We have got to test teams a bit more.
"We have got the physicality and the ability to finish. We have just got to be a bit smarter, get the likes of (Chris) Ashton and Manu (Tuilagi) running through holes rather than at people."