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Andy Robinson’s men slipped to a second successive home defeat, 21-18 to Ireland, and find themselves in the familiar position of battling it out with Italy to avoid the wooden spoon.
But Gray, who earned rave reviews for his barnstorming performance in Paris in the opening round, feels Scotland are moving in the right direction.
“We'll be fully focused on going down to Twickenham and getting a win,” said the 21-year-old.
“We know how tough it will be. They're on a real roll at the moment, full of confidence.
“I thought we attacked with real go-forward and menace and defended well in long stages of the game [against Ireland].
“There were a lot of positives, but ultimately with the result we're disappointed.”
Meanwhile Chris Paterson, who is one of six players who took knocks in the Ireland game, insisted Scotland are not thinking about a potential Wooden Spoon showdown with Italy on the final weekend.
Paterson, Scotland’s record points scorer, was recalled to the side after missing the first two Six Nations matches and scored 12 points in the narrow defeat.
“We'll deal with England and whatever happens the week after that happens,” said the Edinburgh full-back.
“We don't look any further forward than England. It's a big enough ask concentrating on them, never mind what comes after.”