England scrum-half Danny Care insists he'll continue to push the laws to their limits - despite losing his number nine shirt to Paul Hodgson.
Care was dragged off after 63 minutes of England's dismal defeat to Australia in the autumn series and limited to just ten minutes against New Zealand and five against Argentina.
But despite blotting his copybook with a senseless yellow card against Ireland in last year's Six Nations, Care insists he'll continue to play the only way he knows how.
“I don't feel too much under the spotlight since my yellow card on international duty,” said Care.
“I think because of the position I play I am always going to be in the spotlight because of the amount of time I spend around the ball.
“I have to live on the edge a bit and play a bit dangerously and I think there are always going to be times when I come under the spotlight.
“Paul played the last two games for England so he is in charge of the shirt at the moment, it is disappointing for me to be dropped after the first game but I learned from it.
“All I can do is try and play as well as possible for Quins and try and win it back for the Six Nations.”