By Andrew Baldock, Press Association Rugby Correspondent
Published: 12:59 BST, 20 October 2019 | Updated: 13:10 BST, 20 October 2019
Ben Youngs says there is more to come as England prepare for a Rugby World Cup semi-final against New Zealand.
The reigning world champions stand between England and a place in the final on November 2.
And while the All Blacks will present a formidable challenge in Yokohama next Saturday, England's quarter-final demolition of Australia underlined their own title credentials.
Ben Youngs believes England can improve on their stunning World Cup remi-final performance
The 40-16 victory equalled England's record winning margin against the Wallabies, showcasing a ruthless approach as they scored 23 unanswered points after Australia moved to within touching distance.
'There is definitely more in us,' England scrum-half Youngs said. 'We feel we can still notch it up.
'Eddie (England head coach Eddie Jones) said to us afterwards "it is the most exciting week to be a rugby player, so let's make sure we enjoy it, but let's make sure we get better".
The 30-year-old says England must tighten up defensively to beat New Zealand
'That is the key - we have to keep improving.
'The exciting thing for me is I