Robshaw 'honoured' by captaincy
- From the section Rugby Union
Chris Robshaw says he is "very honoured" after being appointed as England's international captain for the remainder of the Six Nations.
The 25-year-old Harlequins flanker feels "hugely privileged" by the role and says there is a "great feeling in the camp" after notching up two away wins in their opening two matches against Scotland and Italy, although he admits the team have been winning "without playing particularly well"
Robshaw also reveals his relationship with interim coach Stuart Lancaster is "going very nicely", and wishes him "all the best" with his application to take up the post on a full-time basis.