"The boys are actually a bit down with the way we played and felt we could have been a bit more clinical with some of our final passes."
"We talked about that at half-time because we'd only had the ball for about three minutes in the first half because of the mistakes we made. We talked about keeping the ball and playing with a bit more structure to break down their defence."
"We've looked at Samoa (England's final opponents in the group stages) and they've impressed all of us so far. It'll be down to the wire against them so we'll have to step it up."
Prop Shaun Knight got his first taste of action against Scotland and provided the assist for England's third try:
"I thought we did really well in patches. There is still some improvement to come but we've scored a handful of tries in both games which is good."
"It was good to get my hands on the ball a few times and I was able to get my hands free and get the offload away for Luke Eves to get over from a great support line."
"As a modern day prop you've got to be able to handle the ball and if you're in midfield and you can't you'd get told off!"
"The scrums went really well, we took a couple against the head, moved them backwards and only made one mistake on our ball."