Robshaw 'excited' by England captaincy

Flanker Chris Robshaw predicts "exciting times" for English rugby after he is named captain for England's first two Six Nations games.

The 25-year-old has just one cap but defends his lack of international experience, insisting all that matters is his performance on the pitch.

The Harlequins captain succeeds Lewis Moody, who quit international rugby following England's poor World Cup campaign, and believes the squad "are moving forward" from last summer and will relish the Six Nations.

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