England rugby coach Stuart Lancaster has told ITV News' Sports Editor Steve Scott that winning Saturday's Six Nations rugby final would be "significant", because it would be "a great statement" for his young side.
Lancaster was appointed as interim head coach 15 months ago, and now England sit on the brink of winning their first Grand Slam in a decade.
The England coach conceded that there were faults in their previous match against Italy, in which they won 18-11.
The English side will play Wales in Cardiff for the finals, in which both teams are gearing up to win.
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