Former England boss Sir Clive Woodward has revealed the four rugby legends he’d have loved to work with.
The now-retired 65-year-old won the Rugby World Cup with England in 2003 as well as three Six Nations titles, which included a Grand Slam.
Here are the four players he would have liked to add to his England squad.
DID YOU KNOW? According to his autobiography, he applied to do a law degree at Durham University, but was turned down even though he was good enough and instead, he found a job at a London bank (NatWest)
#1. Jonah Lomu (New Zealand)
Woodward said: “He took rugby to a whole new level. There’s very rarely one player who dominates a whole World Cup and he certainly did.
“Imagine him on one wing, and Jason Robinson on the other. That would be incredible.”