England flanker Sam Underhill has shown that the players have been leading training sessions in an attempt tokeep everyone engaged ahead of their final Rugby World Cup Pool C match against France.
England have qualified for the quarter-finals together with the winner.
However, the runners-up of Pool C, who are likely to perform Wales could avoid a potential semi-final from the defending champions New Zealand.
Underhill, however, states England are focused on beating France, together with head coach Eddie Jones in training to make it four wins out of four, providing more responsibility to the players.
The Toilet forward told Sky Sports News:He [Jones] has been pretty normal and pretty much the exact same this week.
I think one of those huge items this week is that we have got a great deal of player involvement, therefore a lot of what were doing is player-led, so I think thats a great method of keeping everyone participated.
But it is much the same, I believe were on to a fantastic thing.
I think the key for us is not going away from that which weve done and to not get distracted by anything other than this week
Underhill was named man of the match Englands 39-10 win over Argentina and the 23-year-old is appreciating the experience of the very first World Cup.
I love the occasion, he explained. It has been fantastic being out here and it is a proper boyhood dream come true to perform here, so its been wonderful.
With regard to my performance [against Argentina], Im happy enough but there is always things to work on and improve upon so that is essential to focus in on, where you could construct.
I believe as a group weve highlighted some areas to construct on and keep working on, but generally we are happy with it.