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England, who won the Grand Slam last year, have beaten Scotland, Wales and Italy so far, scoring 40 points in each match. .
Robson has started all three games and is aiming to carry his and England’s good form into the crunch clash with France at the Stade de la Rabine in Vannes on Saturday.
But the 19-year-old scrum half is keen to play down past results and credits a mixture of hard work and camaraderie for the team’s success but says there is no complacency.
“Fitness, which we work really hard on, plays a massive part,” Robson said.
“Coming into the last 20 minutes we always seem to get a second wind and we feel like we can keep going and play longer and score more.
“We all gel really well and train together a lot. We’re all really close and know how each other plays and we talk a lot.
“We’ve created friendships and look forward to meeting up and not just for rugby but to see each other which is one of the reasons behind our success.
“The guys are enjoying themselves; you can see it on the pitch. When anyone scores a try, we’re all so excited for each other. It takes the edge away we’re all so relaxed and enjoying playing.
The free-flowing, high-scoring rugby played by the youngsters draws stark comparison to the two tries mustered by the England senior team.
“It is difficult to compare as senior rugby is a very different game, I do think we have a different style, with a lot of young talent and we want to prove a point.
“We’ve got so much flair at the front and the back and we want to score tries, as many as we can.
“We try to play to our standard and prove why we’ve been picked and inspire the next generation to play rugby and play the expansive game.”
Robson was man of the match after scoring two tries against Italy and has just a big an influence off the field.
George Ford, skipper in the first game, called him one of the ‘old heads’ while stand-in captain Chris Walker praised Robson for his part in motivating the other players.
“It’s my second year, that means it‘s my responsibility to step up to the plate to take that leadership role and help the new boys,” Robson said.
“It’s a responsibility that comes with the territory but I do also enjoy it.
“There’s still massive room for improvement in both the team and me, we’re happy with what we’ve done so far but we’re taking every game as it comes.
“France away on a Saturday night, you can’t get complacent about that. In any level of International Rugby, France away is one of the toughest, biggest games there is.”