Players 'thriving and loving being part' of Eddie's England

Prince Harry watches England triumph over France in the Six Nations at Twickenham

Prince Harry watches England triumph over France in the Six Nations at Twickenham

When centre Henry Slade ended the first half by scoring England's fourth try, Jones' men - who are now two points clear of Wales - had a bonus-point score with 40 minutes still to play.

England coach Eddie Jones says his team will have to be at its "absolute best" to beat Wales in Cardiff on 23 February. We let France in during the second half but that only shows what a world-class side they are.

Warren Gatland has warned England to expect an extremely motivated Wales side as the two nation's prepare to face off in the Six Nations.

"Trying to raise the bar after last week was the challenge, but we came out and definitely played some good rugby today", he told ITV. "When we get back together on Wednesday we'll start the process of how we can get better again". He's been at the top of the tree in European rugby for the last 15 years, through his club and country and the Lions. So far, we have had one team who has been playing really well and five who have not. They contest hard at the breakdown.

"It is a hard game when you get points in front because you can get seduced by the scoreboard and you start doing things you wouldn't normally, but we kept our discipline and stuck to the game plan", added the 59-year-old Australian. Farrell kicked an additional 14 points. We're looking forward to going down there.

The penalty try was awarded after Chris Ashton was perceived to have been tackled off the ball, meaning he was prevented from nearly certainly crossing the line to add another five points, to their 30-8 lead at the time. Even though we didn't score as many points, our focus and our discipline to keep France scoreless was outstanding.

'We didn't speak about the record at all this week but we will probably talk about it before England. "He does that pretty well".

Prop Mako Vunipola was replaced and required the application of ice to his left ankle, but Jones was uncertain of the severity of the injury.

"I'm very disappointed of course, especially in our first half" said Brunel following France's 10th loss in 13 Tests.