Eddie Jones is excited by England's potential to become even more ruthless after thrashing Fiji 58-15 to make it 11 wins from 11 under his stewardship and 12 in a row in total.
The Six Nations champions turned on the style to put Fiji to the sword with a nine-try demolition job at Twickenham, but Jones has reiterated his rhetoric that there is still room for improvement.
Argentina are next up for Jones' men next Saturday and he wants his team to avoid letting any complacency creep in.
"It was a really good performance," head coach Jones told his side's official website.
"There is talent here, and when you have talent you've got a chance to win. To score 58 points against Fiji is outstanding - they are good team.
"I was really happy with aspects of our game, collectively the 23 put in a good performance, we dropped off at certain times but it's always difficult in games when you race off to a big lead to maintain that intensity.
"That's the next step of the team; great teams are able to maintain that intensity after racing to an early lead.
"We are only 11 games into what we have started here. We are just getting out of the shallow end and now we start jumping into the deep end.
"There is talent here, and when you have talent you've got a chance to win. We have come nowhere near maximising the talent yet and that's the exciting thing for us."