Mclean's side are contesting their fourth consecutive Women's Rugby World Cup final
England Women's captain Katy Mclean insists her side are taking nothing for granted despite being favourites to win the Women's Rugby World Cup for the first time in 20 years.
Mclean's side scored five tries to beat Ireland 40-7 in the semi-final and set up a showdown with first-time finalists Canada on Sunday.
England, who finished second in this year's Women's Six Nations, have contested the last three finals, losing out to New Zealand on each occasion.
The Red Rose drew 13-13 with Canada in the pool stages and Mclean will not be taking the North Americans lightly after they knocked out hosts France in the semi-finals.
"As soon as you start thinking about lifting cups is when you fall over," Mclean told BBC Sport. "We're going to expect a big physical match.
"The fact they put the hosts France out in their semi-final? All credit to them. That was a great game and a great result.
"We know they are going to come hard. We know if you give the Canadian runners space they're going to do damage but that will be something we focus on. We'll make sure we cut them down and not allow them any space and not allow them to play.
"For us [the semi-final] was about turning up and performing. We hadn't been great against Canada (in the pool) and we knew that. Against Ireland everything just clicked for us."
Andrew Trimble may have just been appointed Ulster's new skipper for their domestic campaign, but the Ireland star admits his thoughts are already turning towards taking down the All Blacks in the autumn.