Lawrence Dallaglio is confident the Rugby Football Union's drive to clean up the image of the game after a summer of scandal has been a significant success.
The former England captain has been part of a 13-man task force that spent the last month conducting a widespread review, including an investigation into the scale of cheating within rugby.
The RFU created the Image Of The Game task force in the wake of drug issues at Bath and the Harlequins Bloodgate scandal.
A list of over 10 concrete recommendations will be presented by RFU president John Owen at Twickenham this afternoon and Dallaglio is confident they will have a positive impact on the game.
“We had a meeting this morning to put the final touches to something we can all learn from and be proud of,” said Dallaglio, who was invited to join the group by RFU chief executive Francis Baron.
“We want to create a situation where other sports look up to rugby and I am proud of what we have achieved here.
“What you will find is there will be recommendations that will benefit the game as a whole that have been born out of this exercise.
“In many ways it has been a very important process to have gone through.
“There has been an element of complacency and there have been two big stories over the summer but this report is about learning the lessons from that and taking it forward.”