England head coach Stuart Lancaster praised England’s maturity in their 12-6 win over Ireland in Dublin.
Lancaster singled out fly-half Owen Farrell for praise, who kicked all of England’s points, but also praised the character of his side.
"I'm chuffed for Farrell, but also the whole team's maturity," Lancaster told BBC Sport.
"The stakes have always been high but they're even higher with France coming off a defeat. It will be massive."
"I think we had a good first half, but at the start of the second we had a couple of turnovers that put us under pressure,"
"I think we grew in stature towards the end of the game and deserved our win. We hadn't won here for 10 years and we went and did it. We will take it. As a test of character it was right up there because of the quality of the Ireland side."
Owen Farrell was quick to downplay his achievements, saying:
"If you practise enough it is only another kick and it's no different in the stadium.”
"It was a massive game and I'm really exited to come over here and get stuck into the game. The conditions weren't great but we rolled our sleeves up and got stuck in.
"The weather wasn't great but the little things helped you along and I thought we did the little things well out there."