New Zealand are wary of an England backlash at Twickenham next Saturday when they go in search of the final leg of a grand slam tour.
The All Blacks have seen off Scotland, Ireland and Wales on consecutive weekends without conceding a try.
England, by contrast, are coming off their record Twickenham defeat, a 42-6 mauling at the hands of South Africa.
But All Blacks hooker Keven Mealamu is taking nothing for granted, saying. "We will have our hands full next weekend.
"We've got to make sure we recover well and be up for another physical match next Saturday."
And flanker Jerome Kaino, a try-scorer against Wales, added: "The job isn't done yet - we are not going to read too much into the South Africa scoreline.
"The loss against South Africa will fire England up, but we want to finish this tour on a high note.
"We are one week away from what would be a big accomplishment, and we are all focusing on that."