Owen Farrell kicked 11 points as England beat Wales to keep their Six Nations Grand Slam on track
England trailed at half-time thanks to a brilliantly worked Liam Williams try but for the second time in a week Eddie Jones' men found a second-half comeback.
Elliot Daly scored England's second try in the 76th minute, followed by Farrell's pinpoint touchline conversion, to put the defending champions into a five-point lead and they held on to win.
And in spite of only having beaten France by just three points last week, Farrell refuses to accept that England are not improving.
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"It's not the finished article but we keep going and keep getting better," Farrell said.
"Last couple of games we have found a way, that's what is exciting about what is to come and hopefully we can get better and better."
Farrell himself added 11 points from the kicking tee despite missing a simple conversion that at one point looked as though it could prove costly.
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Owen Farrell set up Elliot Daly for England's winning try
But the fly-half, who has found a role at inside centre in Jones' England XV, produced a superb pass for Daly's late try and is confident that his side's flashes of brilliance are giving them the confidence to push on.
"In glimpses we showed what we can do," Farrell added.
"It's a brilliant result and we can look at where to improve now.
"When you're out there you just think about your job.
"It felt as if it [the winning try] was coming, but you have to be able to execute when the chance comes, and we did.
"The last couple of games we've found a way."