'We're not happy with our performance' - Jones wants more from England

Jones’ men whitewashed the Wallabies but he is still not satisfied.

ENGLAND MAY HAVE whitewashed the Wallabies in a 3-0 series win wrapped up with a 44-40 victory in Sydney, but head coach Eddie Jones claims he’s still not content.

The Australian, who took over from Stuart Lancaster after England’s poor World Cup campaign last year, has won all nine of his games as head coach so far.

Australia England Rugby Rick Rycroft Jones with captain Dylan Hartley in Sydney. Rick Rycroft

While Jones was proud of his players’ physical efforts to beat the Wallabies three times at the end of a long season, he believes there is much more to come.

Jones – who showed his ruthless edge again today by replacing Teimana Harrison after just 30 minutes of the win over the Wallabies – has been consistently vocal about wanting to make England the best team in the world and targeting victory at the 2019 World Cup.

They’ve been training since June, haven’t had a weekend off and to win that game at the end was a fantastic effort,” Jones told in Sydney.

“They showed fitness, toughness and they were brave. It’s a great start for us, but only the start, we realise that.

“If we are going to be the best side in the world, which we are aiming to be, we’ve got to be much more consistent, but we will get that over the next three years.”

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Jones said England were unhappy with the performance in the third Test as they allowed Michael Cheika’s Wallabies to score 40 points, but said he has enjoyed his return to his native Australia.

“It’s been a pleasure to be in Australia, I’m always grateful what Australia have done for me in rugby but it’s nice to beat them 3-0,” said Jones.

“We are not happy with our performance. We are happy with the result but we let four tries in today and we should not do that.”

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