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England had never previously scored more than 32 points against the Wallabies and the margin of victory was their equal biggest, but Johnson insisted this was just the beginning.
“The minute you start patting yourself on the back in rugby union you come unstuck,” said Johnson.
“We have to go out and perform [like this] every week - that is what we need to get better at."
“I have just been asked if that was the perfect performance. We want to be consistent and when we get back into camp on Monday we will look at getting better.
“We can't live off this win. It adds to the confidence of the team but at this level, against the top teams, if you are not on your game on any given day you risk losing. It is another step on the road for us.”
England now face Samoa and the world champions South Africa and Australia coach Robbie Deans admitted it would take something special to stop the Red Rose brigade.
“We had witnessed their progression and we knew they would be pretty keen to get a return for their improvement,” added Deans.
“We came second in the game. We are disappointed about that. The game was two tries apiece but clearly England deserved their win.
“There were a couple of critical moments where we were building pressure and it looked like a return for that was imminent when we turned over the ball and England scored at the other end on two occasions.
“England played very well. They picked up the tempo at every opportunity and played good rugby.”