England captain Owen Farrell forced his team-mates on the pitch for a meeting at half-time during their clash with Scotland.
Farrell played a big part in England taking a 31-7 lead into the interval, kicking four conversions and one penalty.
However, he was not quick to get into the warm when the first 40 minutes drew to a close.
“It’s out of our hands, obviously,” said Farrell.
“It is not something we can control so all we’ve got to focus on now is what we can control and that is our game on Saturday.
“There’s no point in us worrying or being frustrated or being disappointed of what’s gone now, that’s not going to help us on Saturday.
“We want to make sure we concentrate on improving and keep getting better and that’s what is important to us.”