England's Stuart Lancaster 'excited' by Six Nations squad

England head coach Stuart Lancaster is "very excited" by his 33-man squad for the Six Nations and thinks his selection has "stability and depth".

Lancaster explains his selection, including uncapped pair Billy Twelvetrees and Calum Clark, plus Freddie Burns, who is one of three fly-halves in the squad.

Clark, 23, served a 32-week ban last season for breaking Leicester hooker Rob Hawkins's elbow, but Lancaster says he is confident the Northampton flanker has the right temperament to succeed at the highest level.