I'm sure the players, management and fans were disappointed with England's performance on Sunday.
They fell away in the second half, like they did against Wales, and found it hard work to keep Italy out at the end. But let's remember, a win is a win.
England have to address their second-half performances. They're coming out after half-time and resting on their lead but the mindset has got to be that it's 0-0 again.
I'm just happy we got the win. Other sides will struggle against Italy as we have already seen Ireland do at Croke Park. Italy have improved immensely from last season.
I was very happy with the experienced players who didn't perform last week. I felt Brian Ashton would have had a word with them and said if you don't shape up this week you're not going to get a chance against France.
They all played well, especially Jonny Wilkinson after a lot was made of him not playing well against Wales. He had a hand in two tries and scored 13 points.
Simon Shaw, who was very quiet last week, was in the thick of everything this week. Andy Gomarsall, while still not playing fantastically well, did a lot of organisational work. Iain Balshaw was safe at the back, helping his wingers, and he worked very hard.
My one gripe is that we still didn't give Lesley Vainikolo enough ball. We know how strong and powerful he is, we know how fast he is and we know that he can score tries - but he only received the ball half a dozen times.
There is still work to be done. You don't want to be going into the next game thinking you're a dead cert which England will be hoping France will do.
England really have an uphill task. They're playing the favourites for the RBS 6 Nations at the Stade de France so they have to improve immensely to stay in the game.
England will look to play against France like they did in the World Cup semi-final and keep close to them until the last 20 minutes when they know they've got the experience to win the game.
They've also got to make sure they don't build up a huge lead in the first half and throw it away again in the second half.