Stuart Lancaster talks about England's progress after the Autumn Internationals

Last Updated: 06/12/13 3:41pm

England won two of their three Autumn Internationals, although their finest performance came in their 22-30 loss to New Zealand.

In their wins against Australia and Argentina, England produced patchy performances and while their forwards were excellent, their backs failed to fire.

Stuart Barnes caught up with the England boss Stuart Lancaster to find out the state of affairs in the England camp where he revealed that:

- Despite wanting to be ranked second in the world after the autumn, third is about right for them - but they have second and first firmly in their sights.

- He was delighted with the second row combination of Courtney Lawes and Joe Launchbury and the performances of Billy Vunipola and Joe Marler which gives England some great depth.

- He was disappointed that due to injuries he could not give exciting wingers Christian Wade and Marland Yarde more game time

- How ahead of the Six Nations he wants to work on getting their decision making right at key moments.

Click on the video above for the full interview with Lancaster.