The guffs always give you a laugh. One win and they think they've got the World Cup won already
World Cup top seeds won't want England - Sir Clive Woodward
Sir Clive Woodward says none of the top seeds will want to be in the same group as England when the 2015 Rugby World Cup draw is made on Monday.
England, in a pool of second seeds, recorded a sensational 38-21 win over the top-ranked side and world champions New Zealand on Saturday.
"It makes the draw fascinating," the former coach, who guided England to the 2003 crown, told BBC's Sportsweek.
"The three southern hemisphere sides will not want to draw England."
The All Blacks, Australia, South Africa and France are the four top seeds and cannot be drawn against each other in the pools.
England are in the second tier along with Ireland, Samoa and Argentina while Wales drop into the third band of seedings following defeat by Australia, along with Scotland, Italy and Tonga.
Woodward added that England's success over New Zealand was important for European rugby and had they not won the Six Nations would have become a "second division competition".
"It was a great, great victory for England," said the 56-year-old. "It was a David v Goliath effort. They got stuck into New Zealand and they were rattled.
"It sets up the Six Nations. England now need to get their mindset right. Can you go to Wales and Ireland and win?"
England begin their Six Nations campaign against Scotland on 2 February at Twickenham.
"Scotland are not bad. Every game is a banana skin. You have to win your next match," added Woodward.
And i really hope somebody knocks out that prick Ashton in the next match too