England winger Anthony Watson bagged his 10th international try in his past 12 games in the weekend win over Wales, and now he only has eyes on Australia.

The former pupil of St George’s College in Weybridge helped England come from behind at Twickenham on Sunday to beat Wales 27-13 in the Old Mutual Wealth Cup.

Watson, who turns out for Bath in the Aviva Premiership, and his England team-mates are unbeaten in six internationals under new coach Eddie Jones.

However, he is expected a tough test when they face Australia in Brisbane in the first of a three-Test series on June 11.

The 22-year-old said: “We are under no illusions about how tough it is going to be and all of our focus is on that first test.

"It’s going to be a huge challenge for us, but come that first whistle we’ll be 100 per cent prepared.

“We showed great courage to come back from 10 points down [against Wales] and hopefully we can sort out that first 20 minutes because if we give a southern hemisphere team a lead like that it is going to be very tough to bounce back from.

“That’s definitely an area we need to shore up.”

He added: “We’re confident going into the game, it’s about getting our preparations right and making sure we leave nothing on the field. It’s going to be a great series.”