England boss Eddie Jones has vowed to stay on as head coach after Saturday’s humiliating World Cup final defeat to South Africa.
It’s even been reported that the RFU are planning to open talks over extending his contract until the end of the 2023 tournament.
Jones’ current deal expires in August 2021 and the Australian is adamant he will not walk away despite his England side, heavy favourites before the match, producing arguably the worst performance of his tenure in their comprehensive 32-12 loss in Yokohama.
“I’ll definitely be there, I’m contracted for another two years,” he said.
“I’ll be in work tomorrow mate, ready to go. I’m sorry guys, I’m going to be there for another two years. I’m sorry to disappoint you.”