England scrum-half Danny Care highlights England's mental fortitude following Six Nations disappointment.
England scrum-half Care spoke on the BBC's Rugby Union Weekly podcast earlier this week, highlighting the fact that the current England side are setting a steely mindset towards their critics.
Care discussed with the BBC's Chris Jones and former Harlequins, England, and Lions winger Ugo Monye the reaction of England's players to a torrid Six Nations campaign.
"We don't care what the media think" Care told Jones and Monye, making a point of explaining that despite the wide spread call for an overhaul of England's squad and tactics, the team will look only inwards for their feedback.
The 31-year-old also went on to explain how Dylan Hartley and Eddie Jones made a point of addressing the squad and ensuring that the collective knew that how they react to their losses will define their legacy and not the latest results.
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